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Buddhism Importance of green energy - 23rd April 2010, 10:31 AM

The term green energy is used to describe energy sources which are environment friendly. Green energy sources are non-polluting and help in lowering the carbon emission, thereby decreasing the risks of global warming. With the increase in pollution created by the fossil fuels, people are now looking forward to build an energy efficient environment with the help of green energy resources so as to have safer living.

These energy resources are called Ďgreení as they donít emit any poisonous gases that cause global warming.

Solar and wind energy are the most commonly used renewable energy resources. They are trapped and converted to low cost electricity with the help of solar panels and wind mills.

Sun is one of the most popular sources for renewable energy. The energy captured from the sun, using solar panels, can be easily converted to electrical energy. The solar panels contain photovoltaic cells that convert solar energy to electrical energy. This will help in reducing the electric bills or even eliminating in completely.

Wind energy is another common renewable energy source. Windmills can be constructed in a windy location and can be used as an alternative power source.

Water can also be used as a source for alternative power. But for this you need to live in a location thatís close to an abundant source of running water.

Those who are interested to know more about green energy resources and green energy industry can refer the latest World Energy News reports related to green energy.
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Judaism 23rd April 2010, 01:34 PM

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The term green energy is used to describe energy sources which are environment friendly. Green energy sources are non-polluting and help in lowering the carbon emission, thereby decreasing the risks of global warming. With the increase in pollution created by the fossil fuels, people are now looking forward to build an energy efficient environment with the help of green energy resources so as to have safer living.

These energy resources are called Ďgreení as they donít emit any poisonous gases that cause global warming.

Solar and wind energy are the most commonly used renewable energy resources. They are trapped and converted to low cost electricity with the help of solar panels and wind mills.

Sun is one of the most popular sources for renewable energy. The energy captured from the sun, using solar panels, can be easily converted to electrical energy. The solar panels contain photovoltaic cells that convert solar energy to electrical energy. This will help in reducing the electric bills or even eliminating in completely.

Wind energy is another common renewable energy source. Windmills can be constructed in a windy location and can be used as an alternative power source.

Water can also be used as a source for alternative power. But for this you need to live in a location thatís close to an abundant source of running water.

Those who are interested to know more about green energy resources and green energy industry can refer the latest World Energy News reports related to green energy.
Thanks for the link, and I do feel that we have to evolve in that direction, and for more than one reason.


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26th May 2011, 11:23 AM

All renewable energy systems have one thing in common, namely the fact that there are harnessed from nature. This means that they are constantly replenished unlike the fossil fuels that are likely to run out in years to come. These advantages are making them more and more popular compared to conventional energy sources. Many people think of the sun, or to be more precise solar energy as the main future energy source. Throughout the history of the humanity Sun has been used to give light and heat but Sun's almost unlimited potential can provide electricity enough for the whole planet. Different methods have been used to harness energy from Sun, and the simplest method is through the use of a photovoltaic cells. Photovoltaic cells contain a special technology that traps the sun's energy and converts it into electricity. Green energy is really important theme nowadays, and I'm follow it for a while. A federal program to support the development of clean energy technologies escaped the budget and the Energy Department wasted no time announcing major commitments to fund two of the world's largest solar projects. SunPower Corp received a conditional commitment on Tuesday for a $1.187 billion cash advance guarantee from the U.S. Department of Energy to finance a 250-megawatt photovoltaic power plant in central California that will generate enough electricity to power 100,000 homes.
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