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Renewable Energy Vs Non Renewable Energy

Here are some articles explaining the characteristics of some renewable energy and non renewable energy. Let's explore and analyze their properties, advantages and disadvantages.

15 Most Notable Advantages and Disadvantages of Fossil Fuels

Man’s needs for fuel, since the old times, have been met through fossil fuels, which are extracted from the organic remains of prehistoric animals and plants. Comprising mainly of coal, oil and gas, they are used for most of the world’s electric power and other energy demands, but are foreseen to be in short supply in the future, as our fuel needs continue to grow at a fast rate.

14 Advantages and Disadvantages of Coal

The 2016 US Presidential Election brought coal back into the spotlight of public consciousness. The world has been shifting toward cleaner energies, such as wind and solar, but there has also been an emphasis in recent years to create “clean coal.” Coal is a fossil fuel, extracted through mining, and it is cheap and easy to use. On the other hand, burning coal can also have significant consequences to local and global environments.

13 Advantages and Disadvantages of Hydropower

Hydropower, also called hydroelectric power, is the most utilized form of renewable energy. Hydropower is the process of conversion of energy from flowing

Advantages and Disadvantages of Using Oil Energy

Oil is one of the most crucial commodities in the world that you cannot live without. This is because it is used in almost all industries that require energy input such as motor vehicle industry, power generation, and other numerous sectors. Your car probably uses oil, and there are very few that use alternative sources of energy. Although oil use also has some disadvantages especially to the environment, you cannot survive without using it. The following are some of the merits and demerits of using oil in energy generation.

Pros and Cons of Solar Energy - Honest Pros and Cons

Solar energy is direct light and heat absorbed from the sun by solar panels, photovoltaics, solar architecture, and artificial photosynthesis. This technology

Biomass Advantages and Disadvantages — SynTech Bioenergy

Biomass is a renewable source of energy, derived from burning animal and plant waste. Almost all industries (see extensive list), including agriculture, forestry, colleges/universities, municipalities, hotels, resorts, sports venues, hospitals and correctional facilities, produce waste that can be converted to heat and electricity.

Pros and Cons of Geothermal Energy

Earth is loaded with hot magma which keeps developing constantly by radioactive substances or by the rapid movement of tectonic plates, that is what makes the geothermal energy possible.