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  • Renewable Alternative Energy Sources

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    The world needs to start making alternative energy sources more of a priority for a number of reasons. “Alternative energy refers to energy sources that have no undesired consequences such for example fossil fuels or nuclear energy” (“Alternative Energy”). Alternative energy sources collectively only provide about seven percent of the total world energy supply (McLamb). Even though fossil fuels are cheap and plentiful, can help a country’s economy, and can be extracted relatively easily, they have

  • Alternative Sources of Fuel and Energy

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    Alternative Sources of Fuel and Energy Energy is the foundation of industrialized world; without energy, life as we know it would cease to exist. The yearly energy and fuel consumption rates have risen dramatically within the last years. This phenomenon is a direct result of globalization pressures, the international information network we call the Internet, and a population that seems to be hitting the dangerous upswing of the Malthusian curve. Although there is not yet a current shortage

  • Alternative Energy Sources Essay

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    looking for a new dependable energy source to replace fossil fuels. Fossil fuels come from decaying dead organisms and the amount of it is limited. There are many alternative energy sources that are a lot more reliable and safer for the environment and its organisms living in it. Some examples of alternative energy sources are solar power, wind power, hydroelectric power, geothermal energy, and bio fuels. There are many ways that we can use these different types of energy to help decrease the amount

  • The Alternative Energy Source to Oil

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    The Alternative Energy Source to Oil Introduction 1.0     “Renewable Energy” is the term used to describe those energy flows that occur naturally and repeatedly in the environment, e.g. from the sun, wind and the oceans, and from plants and the fall of water. It also refers to the energy available from wastes and to the emerging clean technology of fuel cells. There are wide ranges of renewable energy sources/technologies, varying in technical and commercial viability. These include:

  • Alternative Sources of Energy: Geothermal

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    Geothermal Energy Introduction The useful and super eco-friendly, and environmentally safe (for the most part), form of energy that is called Geothermal Energy has been used for thousands of years. The definition for Geothermal is “earth heat” so it is literally the heat naturally created by the earth that humans and other species have discovered to use to their advantage. The earliest known uses are located in china and are based since the 3rd century B.C. although at that time the energy was just

  • A Series of Alternative Energy Sources

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    have found new ways to get energy that won’t hurt the environment as much as what was before the new alternative energies. New alternative energies will change into what the world will use to get their energy. They help create from none to barely any pollution for the environment unlike the resources the worlds been using to get energy. These are just some of the alternative energies that have been discovered, for there are a whole lot more than just these three energies. Wind, solar, and hydroelectric

  • Fossil Fuels And Alternative Energy Sources

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    fuel to power machines and generate energy. Fossil fuels, such as crude oil and coal, discovered beneath the Earth’s surface were found to be an excellent source of fuel. These fossil fuels are burnt in order to generate the energy required to complete various tasks. However, we are now realizing the problems that are created by using fossil fuels to generate energy. These problems are so great that they will force humans to find an alternative source of energy in order to avoid the inevitable

  • The Use of Wind as an Alternative Energy Source

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  • Alternative Energy Sources and New Technologies

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    Alternative Energy Sources and New Technologies Oil may not be the main reason for our military action against Iraq, but the Middle East has the majority of the world’s oil. If the politics of that area were reorganized and we had not taken military action, Saddam Husein could have cut off his supply of oil to our country, shooting our prices to outrageous heights. If we could lessen our dependency on such countries for oil, our country would be much better off. When a crisis hits the U.S. or

  • Effectively Harnessing Alternative Sources of Energy

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    How can alternative sources of energy harnessed effectively ? Through out of history we always had a need for energy up to now we use non renewable such as fossil fuels however these will soon ran out and we have to look for different sources of energy. Energy was and remains main component of human life. People have gone from first fire to nuclear power plants and still scientists look for new types of renewable energy. In today's world , with increasing rates of consumption and as a consequence