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Renewable Energy is our Expectation

In Environment on July 15, 2011 by edwinforyouthrights Tagged:

Typed by Edwin Bonilla

Climate change is real. The situation regarding climate change research in the United Kingdom is not evidence to suggest otherwise. Relying on energy sources which create air pollution and which contribute to climate change is not a guideline. There should be no “bridge” fuel between fossil fuels and renewable energy because there is already a good amount of renewable energy infrastructure. Lowering the expectation so that there must be a bridge between fossil fuels and renewable energy sounds like what an oil company would say. Natural gas should not be a component for phasing out fossil fuels. People who say that converting all energy to renewable energy would be impossible are exaggerating on this. The western United States is a good region for solar energy. British Columbia is also a good place for generating solar power. Many of the western states contain deserts, including Wyoming. Effective infrastructure for solar energy can provide Reno and Grand Junction, Colorado with its energy needs like fossil fuels already do. States like Colorado are also good places for solar energy because of the semi-arid climate. In addition to solar energy, wind power is another essential source. Although Maryland’s legislature didn’t pass a bill which would have started a wind power project on the coast of the Delmarva Peninsula, that bill will probably pass in 2012. On the coast of that peninsula, winds are more regular than in inland locations. Every moderate sized wind turbine farm can power a town and I know that they can power farms. Using solar energy and wind power to power metropolitan areas can be a reality. Fossil fuels are not energy sources which no one should praise, except for greedy oil companies and their supporters. Coalminers face risks when they go into the mine shafts. West Virginia is so dependent on coal mining that every member of Congress from that state is expected to support coal mining. This can change with renewable energy.

To strengthen and maintain the momentum for renewable energy, it is likewise important to support aspects of the environmental movement. Some people have noted that this movement has gone into the decline. The environmental movement has great goals: renewable energy, protecting nature’s treasures and reminding people that Earth is worth protecting. The environmental movement should not face further decline. If you are on the fence when it comes to renewable energy, do know that renewable energy sources have benefits that fossil fuels don’t have. The United States is not too far behind on renewable energy since there are many wind turbine farms around the country. Ending dependence on coal will rightfully weaken the coal mining industry. In addition, increasing the relevance of renewable energy in metropolitan areas and rural areas will weaken oil companies. Unlike ethanol, wind power and solar energy are better sources for everyone’s energy needs. Those two renewable energy sources are not fads, which have added confusion regarding the progress of clean energy in the past.

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