March 11, 2015

What is Renewable Energy?

Renewable Energy is any form of energy that is drawn from naturally-occurring resources that replenish without prompting. Able to draw and effective amount of energy from renewable sources efficiently without causing additional pollution Renewable Energy Technologies such as turbines, wind farms, and solar panels, can have a positive impact on the environment as a whole. Renewable energy can be successfully harnessed from a number of naturally-occurring sources including:

  • Wind
  • Solar
  • Water
  • Geothermal
  • Ocean Energy
  • Bioenergy

Forms of renewable energy

Renewable energy is energy which can be obtained from natural resources that can be constantly replenished.

Renewable energy technologies include technologies that use—or enable the use of—one or more renewable energy sources.

Click one of the below links to be redirected to www.arena.gov.au for more information relating to different forms of renewable energy

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bio

bioenergy

geo

geothermal energy

hydro

hydropower

Ocean

ocean energy

solar

solar energy

wind

wind energy

Renewable energy technologies also include hybrid and related technologies. For example technologies that:

  • store energy generated using renewable energy
  • predict renewable energy supply
  • assist in the delivery of energy generated using renewable energy technologies to energy consumers.

If the above sounds appealing and you would like to exercise the option of renewable energy

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