By 2050, one third of the world’s energy will need to come from solar,
wind and other renewable resources.
Solar Energy is the most sought after energy today
in developing countries...
Alternative energy refers to energy sources that have
no undesired consequences
Every day, the world produces carbon dioxide that is released into the earth’s atmosphere and which will still be present for centuries to come.
This increased content of Carbon Dioxide increases the warmth of our planet and is the main cause of the unfortunate “Global Warming Effect”. One answer to global warming is to replace and retrofit current technologies with alternatives that have comparable or better performance, but do not emit carbon dioxide.
We call this ALTERNATE ENERGY.
By 2050, one third of the world’s energy will need to come from solar, wind and other renewable resources. Who says? British Petroleum and RoyalShell, two of the world’s largest oil companies. Climate change, population growth and fossil fuel depletion means that renew bales will need to play a bigger role in the future than they do today.
Alternative energy refers to energy sources that have no undesired consequences such for example fossil fuels or nuclear energy. Alternative energy sources are renewable and are thought to be free energy sources. They all have lower carbon emissions compared to conventional energy sources. These include solar energy.
Solar Energy is the most sought after energy today in developing countries the fastest growing segment of the photovoltaic market. People go without electricity as the sun beats down on the land making solar power the obvious energy choice. Governments are finding its modular decentralised character ideal for filling the electric needs of the thousands of remote villages in their countries. It is much more practical than the extension of expensive power lines into remote areas where people do not have the money to pay for conventional electricity.
Green Electric Power Ghana Limited (GEPG) is engaged in early stage development, permitting and construction of solar power plants across the Ghana.
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