By Kudzai Jakachira
Renewable energy such as wind and solar are some of the best
recommended methods of using renewable energy as well, as friendly to
the climate environment, tools than the use of fossil fuels such as
coal and gas. as witnessed in many areas in the country, as renewable energies can increasingly save customers money, health considering the power shortages in the country.
Wind and solar energy have experienced significant growth and massive cost improvements over the past decade with no signs of reducing down.
Prices are decreasing rapidly, and renewable energy is becoming
increasingly competitive than fossil fuels all around the country. In some places, new renewable energy is already cheaper than continuing to operate old, inefficient and costing methods to generate energy.
A research by the news crew reveal that, the cost of generating
electricity from wind and solar has declined by wide margin making it economical for people in rural communities as well as in urban communities to generate energy at low affordable rates.
In fact, renewables like solar and wind power—apart from construction and maintenance—don’t emit any CO2 at all. … When comparing renewable energy to fossil fuels, remember that renewable energy generation is cleaner, easier to sustain over time, expanding more rapidly, and sometimes even cheaper than fossil fuels.
In addition to the climate benefits that renewable energies offer they also provide a wide range of market and public health benefits that far outweigh a lot of costs than the use of coal, paraffin fuels.
Burning fossil fuels such as coal paraffin and gas discharges a number of air pollutants that are unsafe to both the environment and public health. Sulfur dioxide (SO2) emissions, primarily the result of burning coal, contribute to acid rain and the materialization of harmful particulate substance.
A new report from the International Monetary Fund says global use of fossil fuels costs taxpayers and consumers $5.3 trillion year
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