Renewable Energy: How to Harness the Power and Help the Future [NOOK Book]

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We have come along way in developing societies that have electricity and the power necessary to fuel vehicles and for industry to be successful. All of these efforts though rely upon the use of energy source that comes from fossil fuels.

They are found in the ground and have to be processed in order for us to have that fuel and that electricity. They are known as coal, ...
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Renewable Energy: How to Harness the Power and Help the Future

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Overview

We have come along way in developing societies that have electricity and the power necessary to fuel vehicles and for industry to be successful. All of these efforts though rely upon the use of energy source that comes from fossil fuels.

They are found in the ground and have to be processed in order for us to have that fuel and that electricity. They are known as coal, natural gas, and fuel. We rely on them way too much for our own good and that is why change is so important.

The problem though is that our dependence on it continues to grow. As more people are upon the Earth than ever before we are using more every single day. People are living longer too due to advances in health care. We are certainly a society dependent upon our electronic gadgets as well.

While those are all good things for us to be happy about, the fact that we are depleting the fossil fuel available isn’t. This type of energy source isn’t one that we will be able to replace. When it is gone it is gone and that is the reality of the situation. It won’t all disappear during our lifetimes, but it is going to pose a problem for future generations.

While efforts can be made to conserve fossil fuels, eliminating enough of the use in order to really make a difference isn’t going to occur unless we take a close look at some alternative methods and start focusing more on types of renewable energy. This is not the whole solution, however. There are benefits and drawbacks, as this informative guide will uncover.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940012675811
  • Publisher: Lou Diamond
  • Publication date: 3/18/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 235 KB

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