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July 23, 2015 | By Trinity Star
Alternate Sources / Renewable Energy
The switch to renewable power is a battle we cannot afford to lose
During the last hundred years human activity has been actively overloading the atmosphere with global warming emissions, which trap heat, steadily drive up the planet’s temperature, and create significant and harmful impacts on our health, our environment, and our climate. It is no longer acceptable for us to continue employing traditional ways of producing energy, which pollute the environment, while we have so many other ways to harvest the clean energy from the nature with minimal impact on our planet.
At Trinity Star Eco Energy Solutions we believe that, the switch to renewable energy - is a battle we cannot afford to lose. We ask you to take a step towards greener tomorrow by choosing to switch to some of the non-polluting ways of harvesting energy, such as:
1.Solar power – solar power is clean green electricity that is either created from sunlight or from heat from the sun. It is a renewable and sustainable source of energy that can ensure supply of electricity constantly. Solar power is also a non-polluting source of energy, which does not emit any greenhouse gases when producing electricity, and has the potential to supply your entire or partial energy consumption.
2. Wind power – wind power is another source of renewable energy. The moving air (wind) has huge amounts of kinetic energy that can be transferred into electrical energy using wind turbines. The wind turns the blades, which spin a shaft, which connects to a generator and makes electricity. Harvesting energy through wind power has little or no effects on the environment, since it does not produce greenhouse gas emissions during operation.
3. Fuel Cells – a fuel cell is an alternative energy device, but it is not necessarily a renewable energy device. It is only renewable if the source of the fuel used is renewable. A fuel cell is an electrochemical device, like a battery in that it converts the energy from a chemical reaction directly into electricity and heat. But unlike a battery, which is limited to the stored chemicals within, a fuel cell has the capability of generating energy as long as fuel is supplied.