Clean energy is a renewable and clean source of energy, solar power, wind power, geothermal and hydroelectric are clean energies. Solar energy has the ability to do a big impact on reducing pollution and saving the environment in the future.
This source of clean energy was found billions of years ago and it will be available for us for
more than a billion years.
Solar energy is not threatened by oil depletion or any other limited resource that can disappear one day like coal, uranium, etc. And also it’s not possible to pollute the atmosphere with this clean energy because there is no such thing as “sky pollution”. So we have to take advantage of this clean sourcing to produce clean energy at home, office, factory, or other uses. Renewable sources of energy will not produce pollution to the environment, clean energy sources include solar power, wind power, geothermal and hydroelectric.
At the same time, another benefit from this clean energy is its price which is much cheaper than
any other type of clean energy. The solar cells can be divided into four categories: monocrystalline silicon, polycrystalline silicon, amorphous silicon, and thin-film solar cells. The monocrystalline and polycrystalline silicon panels are made from purified sand that’s melted in extreme heat and formed into ingots (rectangular blocks). These ingots are then sawed into wafers (circular plates) which are used to produce solar cells. The thin-film technology is a new type of solar cell that uses very new photovoltaic technologies to create solar energy.
At the first stage of clean energy usage, we have to build clean energy plants which can be built using solar power or some other clean sources of energy. For example in Mauritania clean windmill parks are being built on sand dunes on the coastline, it looks almost unreal but it’s true. Also, many countries are trying to start this clean generating process with small home systems for their private usage. Also some companies are producing these clean kits for public places like bus stations, schools, etc. It will play a big role in our future life and environment, especially when the global warming problem is increasing and ice caps are melting.
The clean energy source of solar energy, wind power, geothermal and hydroelectric will not be available for future generations if we don’t start to use them today. So why don’t you take advantage of clean energy sources by using solar panels at home or business places? It can save you money and this clean energy can play an important role in the world’s clean strategy. Not only is it clean, but it’s also cheaper than a grid electric system, so what else would you like?
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