Renewable energy


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Renewable energy

Renewable energy is obtained from sources that can be sustained indefinitely, such as photovoltaic solar collection, solar thermal turbine generation, and wind power.
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In this scenario, political backing for renewable energy from biomass could invite a host of new financial incentives that will distort the market not just for wood, but also for recovered paper.
This tripling is a major challenge for the renewable energy industry but it looks well positioned to meet that test.
Renewable energy will not gain a sustainable foothold until the markets fully recognize, value and compensate these sources for air quality and other social benefits," says David Wooley of the Renewable Energy Policy Project.
He is calling for an appointment of a renewable energy secretariat to co-ordinate these activities, including releasing a policy paper on water power capacity on Crown land, something the renewable energy sector has been waiting years to see.
To help American consumers obtain renewable energy, renewable energy technologies must be allowed access to the electricity grid and a more level playing field with conventional fossil-energy technologies.
Technology, however, is most often not a barrier to the use of renewable energy in developing countries.
CONTACT: Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Network, (800)363-3732, www.
Marie in order to pursue the renewable energy business on a full-time basis.

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