Development and Comparison

Renewable energy systems such as
wind, solar and biomass are significantly more
land intensive than traditional fossil fuels. The
manner in which we produce and consume energy
is of crucial importance to sustainable
development, as energy has deep relationships
with each of its three dimensions – the economy,
the environment and social welfare; energy is part
of many environmental problems, including
climate change, and must be part of the solution.
Renewable energy increases diversity of energy
supplies and can replace diminishing fossil fuel
resources over the long run, their use in place of
fossil fuels can substantially reduce greenhouse
gases and other pollutants. In this paper reduced
land use of flat plate collectors for same output
with solar point technology is analyzed. It also
presents the results of an experimental
investigation of the performance of a solar

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Thu, 14/04/2011 - 01:55