Renewal Energy : The Future

Renewable energy source available which is the most abundant, cleanest and it’s an excellent solar resource shining across the globe. Today’s technology allows us to capture this energy in several ways giving the public and commercial entities flexible ways to use both the heat and light of the sun. And don’t worry it will take 5 billion years for Sun to burn out. collected from resources which are naturally replenished on a human timescale, such as sunlight, wind, rain, tides, waves, and geothermal heat.

Green energy or Renewal energy works in positive disruptive way i.e. meaning self-reliant societies. The Future of our kids, our very own planet earth and health of all of us depends on. Specific services in solar energy, Geothermal, Biomass, wind energy, running water energy. Energy storage, charge controllers and Solar panel as specialty. The future of our children, the future of our planet its in our hands that’s why we care, we all need to care  and hence renewal energy matters. Solarnomy taking step in green direction. Solar Energy is the technology used to harness the sun’s energy and make it useable. Today, the technology produces less than one tenth of one percent of global energy demand.

Solar energy does not emit any green house gases. Generation of Solar energy by conducting the sun’s radiation – a process void of any smoke, gas, or other chemical by-product. Solar energy beyond first installation and maintenance, is free. Solar doesn’t require expensive and ongoing raw materials like oil or coal, and requires much lower operational labor than conventional power production. Raw materials don’t have to be constantly extracted, refined, and transported to the power plant.

Green / Renewable energy is generally defined as energy that is collected from resourcessl
which are naturally replenished on a human timescale, such as sunlight, wind, rain, tides, waves, and geothermal heat. Renewable energy often provides energy in four important areas: electricity generation, air and water heating/cooling, transportation, and rural (off-grid) energy services. Solar energy works in decentralization , meaning self-reliant societies. Oil, coal, and gas used to produce conventional electricity is often transported cross-country or internationally. This transportation has a myriad of other costs, including monetary costs, pollution costs of transport, and loading wear and tear costs, all of which is avoided with solar. Of course, decentralization has its limits as some locations get more sunlight than others.

There are two different types of electrical currents DC – Direct Current; and AC – Alternating Current. Direct current is the one-way flow of current, meaning that when flowing, electrons are always moving in the same direction. It is the type of current produced by solar panels and get stored in batteries. Alternating current is the cyclical flow of electric current, reversing direction as it flows. Alternating current is produced by rotating magnetic fields like generators and is the type of current utility companies deliver to consumers. There are converters in market to interchange these two. Renewable energy is out there to be harvested and it can be collected with a relatively small investment of energy – using current technology. Fossil energy sources will run out. Oil, such as, is near its peak production (JUST ANOTHER 40 YEARS). Energy which can be renewed again and again.

Traditional incandescent light bulbs were phased out in Brazil and Venezuela in 2005, and were scheduled to be phased out in the U.S in 2014. Incandescent light bulbs make light by heating a filament wire to a high temperature until it glows. Because of this, only about 10% of the electricity consumed by the incandescent actually creates visible light – the rest is wasted generating heat. The practical, readily available alternatives to incandescent light bulbs are CFLs (compact fluorescent lamps) and LEDs (light emitting diodes). If Incandescent is good; CFL is better but LEDs are the best. It is A renewal energy that is readily available in sunlight, in wind, in running water, and in other natural sources.

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