header banner
Oil has become such an integral element of our lives that it dominates the headlines on a daily basis. Only a few days ago, the oil market plummeted catastrophically as a result of the Coronavirus. The implications of the massive drop in demand caused by lock-down limits...
Geothermal Energy is thermal energy created in the Earth's core that is stored and heats the Earth's layers. Thermal energy is essentially the stored heat in stuff, in this instance the Earth. Geothermal energy is ideal for replacing natural gas or oil since it...
There are practically endless benefits to capturing wind energy via windmills or wind turbines. Wind energy is not a novel concept. After all, humans have been sailing and employing windmills for thousands of years. Even the process of wind energy generation is a relatively...
Biomass fuel is organic matter (plant or animal matter) that may be utilized to generate energy or as a raw material in a variety of industrial operations. Thus, biomass includes organic stuff such as wood and other forest products, as well as waste materials...
Geothermal Energy - What Is It? If we dig a hole further into the earth, the temperature will rise as we go. This occurs as a result of the earth's core being incredibly heated (10,800 F). This heat spreads in all directions from the...
Biomass fuels have been utilised to create energy since time immemorial. Historically, humans used wood to provide heat for cooking and other uses. Coal-fired systems were adopted in the 1800s in major cities throughout North America and Europe. Consider the pros and downsides of biomass.
Solar energy is an infinite resource that is environmentally benign and one of the cleanest energy sources available. Each day, the sun provides our world with vast quantities of solar energy. According to research, the sun releases enough energy in an hour to cover...
Using clean energy that comes from natural sources is one of the most important things you can do to help the environment. Electricity production is the number one source of greenhouse gases, more than all of our driving and flying combined. Clean energy also reduces harmful smog,...
In 2015, renewable energy made up 10% of all the energy used in the US. About half of this came from electricity. Geothermal, solar, wind, hydroelectricity, and biomass are the best ways to get energy from natural sources. The biggest share, 50%, comes from...
Carbon dioxide and other pollutants that contribute to global warming are being released into the atmosphere at an alarming rate as a result of human activities. These gases behave similarly to a blanket, retaining heat in the atmosphere. The end effect is a complex web of substantial...
Renewable energy comes from naturally replenished sources and may generate electricity indefinitely. It differs from finite energy sources, such as fossil fuels, which can not be replaced. Renewable-energy sources You can invest in renewable energy by buying the stocks or bonds...
It is not the wind or the sun, but rather water that is the most reliable source of renewable energy on the planet. The capacity of the world's hydroelectric systems hit a new high of 1,308 gigawatts in the previous year (to put this number in perspective,...