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´╗┐What Is Solar Energy?


You probably hear a lot about solar energy. It is fast becoming one of the most sought after types of energy today because it is renewable. In other words, there is an unlimited supply of this energy available, unlike the other resources of the world, which have a set amount available, such as crude oil. Solar energy is power from the sun. There is no cost to using solar power. There is also no limit to the amount you can use. There are many other benefits to solar energy including the fact that it is clean, not producing any harmful effects. It does not produce any toxins, pollution for air or water and it does not threaten global warming and the health of people.

As you can see, there are many benefits to using solar energy than using fossil fuels, which is what many systems work on today. Scientists are working on ways to use more solar energy over other forms of energy in the world currently. In fact, the current generations are likely to have most of their energy coming from alternative sources over fossil fuels by the time they are adults. Solar power may be one of the easiest to use and most readily available alternatives today.

A closer look at what solar energy is will show you that it is not something that is in the future. The fact is, solar power is already making life on the planet happen. Solar power supports life in just about every form. The sun works to heat the planet and therefore to make plants grow. Those plants can be burned as a fuel, if needed or they can be left to rot, which after thousands of years, will form into coal and oil. Look even closer and you will see the solar power also causes changes in the temperature from one area to the next, which creates wind. That wind can be used to create its own energy.

While all of these are examples of how solar power works, solar energy is actually a topic that is specific to the way the sun's energy is used directly to provide power such as to provide heating, electricity and lighting. There are many ways that this is done today, all of which have the basis of collecting solar energy and then converting that energy to a usable form. In many cases, the use of solar power will transform the planet's dependency on other substances like oil and coal. This clean burning energy source is one of the best solutions available to people and will continue to be used.

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