Renewable Energy

Solar energy The increasing concern about climate change, and the depletion of the Earth's fossil fuel resources have prompted the World's governments to start investing more in Renewable Energy sources.

The fuels most commonly used to produce the heat and power that we need to continue our lives are quickly becoming scarce, with resources of oil, coal and natural gas expected to diminish within 50 years. The technologies to harness energy from natural (or renewable) sources are progressing rapidly and are becoming more widely used.

Renewable energy sources (after initial installation and maintenance costs) provide free energy, and produce no harmful pollutants or Greenhouse gases. Further information on these technologies can be found on the following pages:

Wind turbines
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