Developing renewable energy is important because of the benefits it provides.
Renewable energy technologies are clean sources of energy that have a much lower environmental impact than conventional energy technologies.
Energy for our children’s children’s children
Renewable energy will not run out. Ever. Other sources of energy are finite and will some day be depleted.
Jobs and the Economy
Most renewable energy investments are spent on materials and workmanship to build and maintain the facilities, rather than on costly energy imports. Renewable energy investments are usually spent within local communities among a variety of environments. This means energy creation should be self sustaining to local communities through jobs and cheap energy.
Renewable energy technologies developed and built could be pushed overseas to boost the global eco effort, and possibly sold.
After oil supply fluctuations seen due to conflict and other reasons it would give stability to global economies.
Just A Couple Of Examples
We need renewable energy sources like solar – whole streets could use new solar tile tech to evaluate effectiveness alongside other means. Roads or pavements could be used to cover large areas.
Small Wind Turbines
For each house there is a missed opportunity to have small scale generators that tap into energy creation. This should be focused on windy areas to begin with to evaluate effectiveness and alongside other means. Coastal areas would be massive hubs for new work as sea, solar and wind could all be used. Cities and rural areas would also see possible investment – focus could even be given to areas in need of jobs and social investment.
Drive Technology Forward
It is quite possible that the best form of green energy has not been seen in the mainstream as yet. Cash invested in science alongside engineering could bring massive benefit to how manufacturers on the global stage. The first large scale green countries will have see huge moral standing and respect.
All renewable energy sources, can be extremely practical as alternatives to damaging carbon-intensive fuels. It truly is now or never for countries to stand up and make change.