What is Renewable Energy?
Renewable Energy is energy that is gathered from renewable resources, which are naturally replenished on the human timescale, such as sunlight, wind, rain, tides, waves, and geothermal temperature. Renewable energy often provides energy in four important areas: electricity generation, air and drinking water heating/cooling, transportation, and countryside off-grid energy services.
Renewable energy refers to power harvested from natural sources, such as the sun, wind, or water, which are not in danger of being depleted. The five renewable energies are:
Solar: power absorbed from the sun and converted to usable electricity through photovoltaic technology.
Hydropower: power created by channeling water to generate turbine-produced electricity.
Wind: power created by harnessing wind energy to generate turbine-produced electricity.
Geothermal: power created by harnessing the steam given off when water is pumped onto underground rocks naturally heated by the earth’s core.
Biomass: power created by harnessing the steam and heat given off by processing wood, green waste, garbage, or manure.
Other forms of energy:Energy from tides, the oceans and hot hydrogen fusion is also forms that can be used to make electricity. Each of these is discussed in a few fine detail with the final end result being that each endures from much more another significant drawback and are not able to be relied after at the moment to solve the forthcoming energy crunch.