Sustainability of Renewable Energy

Sustainable energy is the provision of energy such that it meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their needs. This means that sustainable energy is power which is able to be replenished within a human lifetime and so cause no long-term damage to the environment. The fact is, the energy of the world needs to grow with the maturity of our technology. Changes in technology have given rise to many other alternative sources of energy which can be harnessed through various modern techniques. There is still plenty of work to be done. This is in relation to the population that is vastly using modern devices that add to the ever increasing energy need. For us to cope with this energy need, energy companies should exercise a lot of keenness when it comes to their efforts in making energy accessible and available to many people at all times.

Did you know? Huge investments were made by different countries for development of renewable energy sources including wind farms, solar farms, dams along the rivers and tidal power stations. No doubt, dependency on fossil fuels has been reduced to some extent but it may take almost another decade to reduce our dependency to a considerable extent. Many times this fact is ignored and it has a tendency of people leaning towards fossil fuels. However, the fact is that fossil fuels cannot meet the world’s need for energy. It is something that if the world continues to depend more on will leave to irreparable environmental consequences and its consequences are too great to be ignored.

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