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Renewables Archive

Feb 12, 2024
Benefits, Challenges, and Future Trends
In recent years, the spotlight on renewable energy sources has intensified, with solar energy emerging as a promising contender in the global quest for sustainable power generation. Harnessing sunlight and converting it into electricity, solar energy offers numerous benefits, yet it also presents challenges that must be addressed. Moreover, as technology advances and investment in solar infrastructure grows, the future trends in solar energy adoption and innovation appear increasingly promising.

Feb 12, 2024
Renewable Energy Sources for a Sustainable Future
In the face of climate change and the urgent need to transition away from fossil fuels, renewable energy sources have emerged as indispensable pillars of a sustainable future. These energy sources harness the power of nature, providing clean, abundant, and inexhaustible alternatives to traditional forms of energy generation. From solar and wind to geothermal and biomass, here are the top 10 renewable energy sources driving the transition towards a greener, more sustainable world.

Apr 8, 2023
Renewable energy sources such as solar, wind, hydro, and geothermal are clean, abundant, and cost-effective.
Renewable energy is changing the way we produce and consume energy. It is an increasingly popular and sustainable solution to the challenges of climate change, energy security, and economic growth. Renewable energy sources such as solar, wind, hydro, and geothermal are clean, abundant, and cost-effective.

Mar 28, 2023
The United States currently uses more than 140 billion gallons of gasoline and almost 40 billion gallons of diesel fuel annually.
The argument focuses on the energy consumed by the tractors and the farm equipment, the trucks that transport the ethanol to market, and the fertilizer that is made from fossil fuels, as well as the amount of energy required to extract the sugar from corn starch (or cellulosic biomass) and convert it to ethanol.

Mar 27, 2023
Renewable energy is renewable because nuclear energy is sustainable for a period of time that is longer than humans need to worry about.
The amount of energy that enters the earth’s atmosphere every year through solar radiation is greater than the total energy locked within all of the oil and coal that can be found on earth.

Mar 27, 2023
All of California’s electricity can be produced from 200 square miles of sunshine; 128,000 acres of desert land.
A CSP dish or tower looks like a modern glass sculpture and contributes aesthetically to the landscape. CSP technology has more than one form. Troughs, dishes, and towers are the different forms available today. CSP systems can achieve 30 percent efficiency, or about twice the efficiency of standard photovoltaic cells (2 x .75 = 1.5 kilowatt-hours per square yard per day).

May 5, 2019
In some applications today, trees are actually being used to remediate soils from toxic contamination.
Fully 75% of the U.S. population lives in major urban areas which are generally void of all forests. Yes, there are trees, but the role of forests in the survival and advancement of humans, as well as their potential for future advancements, goes largely unmentioned in this nation.

Nov 18, 2018
Along come the politicians, demanding that utility companies buy electricity generated from wind.
Wind engineers are doing a brilliant job developing solutions that have vastly improved the performance of wind turbines and the generators connected directly to the turbines; as well as in understanding the behavior and availability of wind resources. But it is time for Engineers to turn their creative efforts toward solving the problem of wind energy’s intermittency.

Apr 4, 2018
Seventy-five kilowatt-hours per day is a lot of electricity for a single-family home.
You do not need advanced math skills to follow and perform the arithmetic examples shown below. Anyone who can balance a checkbook or calculate the total square feet of floor space in his or her home, and understand why an area measuring 10 yards by 10 yards equals 100 square yards, can perform the following arithmetic examples and prove that American energy independence could be achieved with solar energy alone.