Some Advantages & Disadvantages Of Natural Energy Sources

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Some Advantages & Disadvantages Of Natural Energy Sources

Below are just a handful of the many advantages relating to the use of natural and renewable energy sources:

  • The sun, wind, tides, and geothermal activity are all renewable and free to use.
  • After the initial cost of; solar panels, wind turbines, and geothermal energy equipment, the only cost to the consumer relates to any required maintenance.
  • No more price rises from gas, energy or electricity companies. You could be totally energy efficient, eliminating your dependency on the world's fossil fuel supplies.
  • Use as much or as little of the renewable electricity of which you generate, without feeling guilty for any wastage.
  • Oil, gas and coal supplies will most likely someday run out, if we have the infrastructure in place to generate energy from natural sources, this won't be as much of a problem.
  • Government grants are available for some natural energy projects depending on your location.

Below, you can see a selection of the disadvantages relating to the use of clean energy sources as opposed to fossil fuels:

  • The initial cost of renewable energy technologies may be expensive.
  • It is unlikely you will be able to totally replace your current energy or power supply to the use of renewable energy, but you could get close with a realistic budget and the implementation of different energy technologies, such as a wind turbine and solar panel combination.
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