Renewable Energy


Renewable energy, that sounds much better than non-renewable energy, right? When broken down the term non-renewable energy says, right there in the name, once we run out of resources to create forms of non-renewable energy, it’s gone. There is no more. So, why not explore the benefits of the idea of renewable energy, and the type of resources we could potentially reach an infinite supply of.
These types of renewable resources, like the sun or wind, simply do not contribute to greenhouse emissions, unlike the counterpart methods used to power electricity by coal plants. In the previously stated examples of renewable energy that not only improves the health of our environment, but the over health of those of us living in said environments (eventually all of us). Another positive impact that the increase in the use of renewable energy, is that contrary to the belief that through replacing the systems fueling our current energy sources, like those found in the coal industry, extreme loss of jobs would be inevitable; although realistically, renewable energy could create even more jobs. Stated to be upwards towards three times as many jobs, while also providing less health risks than working in coal mines, shine and even greater positive light upon renewable energies at the same time. Renewable sources of energy also end up costing less to the consumer in longevity of service and is proven to be more reliable.
It seems simple enough and the benefits speak for themselves, but we still have a long way to go.

European renewable energy 2016