Understanding there are many ways to generate electricity is key to taking steps into becoming more ecofriendly. We talk about the varied sources of power available in today’s world and explain the advantages and disadvantages they present.
This is a valuable source of energy, which is vastly used internationally. It harnesses the energy produced by the water falling from great heights, directing it to move the power turbines that fuel generators where it is stored.
The process involved in harnessing energy from water protects the ozone layer, as it does not release CO2 gasses into the atmosphere.
Building the water dams damages the rivers. If you are looking to be ecofriendly, you should always keep in mind the conservation of natural water resources.
This harnesses the energy produced by the wind hitting large turbines, making them move at great speeds. The energy generated by this movement is sent to be stored in generators.
This way of generating electricity is completely contaminant-free and doesn’t interfere with the ecosystems in any way.
It can only be used in places where the wind blows strongly. It also requires large areas to be able to set up enough turbines, in order to generate enough electricity.
To harness this type of energy, solar panels are used. They take in the luminous energy from the sun and turn it into electricity through a chemical process. The electricity is sent to be stored in batteries.
Entirely clean energy, which doesn’t use up any resources damaging the environment. It doesn’t interfere with any ecosystems and the sun is always going to keep rising.
It requires large spaces and a big investment to make it work. The room is needed for the big panels and batteries to be set up. There are many options out there to generate electricity, from water, wind and sunlight. At PB Power, we work with alternative energy and are happy to help you understand it better and use it effectively.