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Many people have a vague idea of what sustainable energy is and what they can provide for us. The large part of the British population is also very conscious of the effect that unsustainable energy is having on the environment. The mantra of reduce, reuse, recycle is frequently repeated nowadays by both grown-ups and kids alike. We have begun to witness a rise in the decrease of waste and consumption of energy and the recycling and reutilisation of the things we use. But we now need to up the use of renewable energy.
The most popular kind of all green energy is the sun. Solar power is just using the sun’s energy as it beats light, making the most of what it is already providing for us. In order to harvest its energy, cells are placed on a structure to get energy from the sun, which is then transformed into electricity. The amount of solar power which can be picked up on any given day relies on the volume of sunlight on that specific day. This sort of energy is completely dependent on the sun and the time of the day. The lowest supply of solar energy will be harvested during the winter and the most solar energy will be gained during the warmer months. On days that the demand for electricity overtakes what solar energy is available, the electrical power will simply take over.
Wind is a second type of renewable energy that alters with the weather. So that we can amass this kind of energy, big turbines and windmills are put in open spaces, often in the most high up places available. Turbines and windmills are not so big that they can’t be set up in your backyard.
71% of the Earth holds water and yet hydropower, as it is called, is not used enough. This may be in part due to the fact that it is the most pricy of all renewable energy. The high cost of this energy source is mirrored in its usage in the US. Only 70% of the total energy generated is contributed by this form of renewable energy.
Great progress has been made using biomass as a sustainable energy source. Biomass generates energy using waste such as rubbish, plants, wood, crops and emissions from landfills. Like compost, biomass energy will help cut down on the amount of substances in the landfills.
Geothermal energy is still complex, expensive and difficult as it can only be got at by digging to the centre of the Earth which lays more than 6000 kilometres beneath the surface.
As it stands today, unsustainable energy remains our primary source of energy. Renewable energy sources are much more expensive to realize on a bigger scale but in the end, the price we pay to save our planet may be worth everything.