Renewable energy

Sources of renewable energy by common definition, are those replaced by natural process.

The most abundant source of energy is the sun and affects other sources of energy through out its influence. The sun warms up the continents and oceans generating winds that affect water cycles and vegetation /crops growth, summarizing its all energetically connected.

These natural flows of energy, wind and water, can be use directly as mechanical sources of energy by windmills and watermills or indirectly by hydroelectric power station or wind turbines generating electricity.

Wood fuel, for instance its not as immediate in comparison to solar, hydro or wind power. Wood, for instance, takes months or even decades to growth converting/storing sun light into wooden fibres. The same principle also applies to bio-fuel.

Geothermal and heat-pumps are characterized by constant flow and can be a great source of direct and indirectly energy (heat / electricity).

If you are interested in learning more about each renewable energy, please click on the links that will soon be provided.

  • Solar

  • Wind

  • Hydro

  • Bio-fuel

  • Anaerobic Digestor

  • Woodfuel

  • Heatpump (ground, air or water);

  • Geothermal;

  • Wave and Tidal

 

 

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