Clean Energy Focus
If you’ve watched any of the recent TV programmes about plastic pollution, you’ll have seen the horrors that can be caused by items like the six-pack rings you get on beers and other canned beverages...
Biomass is one of the most widely used forms of renewable energy, it essentially is the use of organic materials to produce energy, this can be paper, agricultural waste, construction debris and lumber mill scrap. One of the biggest breakthroughs this has generated is the creation of waste.
The blog will give you a full understanding of what tidal power is, as wel as advantages and disadvantages to support it. The history of tidal power will also be covered dating all the way back to the 18th century. Different types of tidal power will also be evaluated to find the most effective and efficient tidal power methods.
Wind turbines are a familiar site across the UK to help generate electricity, over the last 10 years 25% more wind turbines have been installed. The biggest wind turbines can produce enough electricity to power 600 homes. Wind is a clean renewable energy source that creates no air or water pollution and of course wind costs nothing.
What is solar power? Solar power is a clean energy source compared to fossil fuels because it does not give off any harmful toxins or carbon dioxide. Solar panels are becoming more and more common on residential buildings because the cells convert light energy directly into electrical energy.