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A Guide To Domestic Renewables

What is Renewable Energy?

Renewable energy is any technology that exclusively relies on an energy source that is naturally regenerated over a short time and derived from natural movements and mechanisms of the environment.

Renewable energy technologies include energy derived directly from;

  • Sun
  • Wind
  • Geothermal
  • Hydroelectric
  • Wave and tidal energy
  • On biomass or biomass-based waste products

In simpler words, renewable energy is derived from resources that can never be used up. It is an energy source that is either infinite (the sun, wind and water) or constantly renewing, like sustainable biomass fuels. These sources of energy do not rely on fossil fuels such as natural gas, coal or oil.

Why Use Renewable Energy?

  • Renewable resources are much cleaner than the traditional fossil or nuclear fuels used to generate energy.
  • There are minimal or no emissions or waste associated with renewable resources to pollute the environment.
  • Energy generated through solar, biomass wind and water resources will be available to us as long as the sun shines, wind blows, or water flows.

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