Read Renewable Energy Data Book to Understand the Energy Subject in Detail

Our five major renewable energy sources include solar energy, wind energy, biofuels, hydropower, and geothermal energy. However, solar, wind and biofuels are being promoted more compared to the other renewable energy sources. Its even being expected that with proper number of wind turbines operating efficiently, there would be reduced reliance over foreign oil imports.

We are told that wind turbines can enable us attain energy independence but the question that how many of such massive turbines are required to attain the feat has not yet been cleared. Wind farms have popped up across the entire nation as our Government is offering tax incentives to private investors for new wind turbines. Is our Government aware of the fact that wind turbine generated electricity is costlier compared to that produced from conventional electric power plants.

The US DOE has energy plans that are not favorable & beneficial in the long run. Funding wind farm projects from the taxpayer’s money will never serve the purpose of meeting our energy requirements. Even if we consider the case of solar energy, the Government has adopted a similar approach by using the taxpayer’s money for supporting research & development activities for solar energy.

A book on renewable energy “Renewable Energy: A Common Sense Energy Plan”, written by Brad Linscott explains this subject matter in the best way. Unlike solar energy, biofuels books; this book has everything to keep you updated of the current energy scenario of the nation. You can get a copy of the book from Amazon.

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