Every day the pollution situation on Earth gets worse. With Eco-friendly energy we can change this problem. In this article I will be talking about different types of eco-friendly energy and their pros and cons with detailed points about each one.
Solar Energy uses solar panels and uses them to power up items that need electricity. This is a very good system as it uses the sun, our natural source of light, and it makes it more useful for the long run. In tropical countries, this would one of the best ideas as there it is mostly sunny and would help those countries a lot; in a country like England however things aren’t so bright here as often. This means that Solar energy is either seasonal or regional. The cost of solar energy sky rocketed 10 years ago and used to be much more expensive than it is now. However, it is still expensive so it isn’t the best option for green energy
eg. China, Italy, Germany.
Wind energy uses wind turbines to create energy. I’d say this way of making energy is more much more attested than solar. Wind turbines are very big but if you have a field of them on a windy day, lots of electricity will be made for lots of houses and buildings around a specific vicinity.
Tidal energy, as suggested by the name, is energy created from tides/waves. This type of energy is definitely regional as not every place is having the ocean e.g. Poland. Tides and waves form a natural source of kinetic energy. This makes it easier to make energy out of it.
In conclusion, there are different types of energy that are better than others in some places; meaning using a variety of them around the world could stop fossil fuels from being used a lot which could help the Earth.