Solar Energy Vs Fossil Fuels Efficiency

If you have followed the ongoing battle between solar energy and fossil fuels, it would seem that the main resources on which the world economy depends – oil, coal and natural gas – will be completely depleted by 2030. In fact, these resources continue to supply most of the planet, while renewable resources such as […].

Solar Energy in Canada Vs USA

In recent years, solar energy policies in Canada and the United States have undergone significant changes in the context of sustainable renewable energy. In Canada, new federal and provincial energy policies allow solar energy devices to be installed in homes and businesses. This responds to growing concerns about energy shortages and rising electricity costs associated […].

10 Best Ways To Collect Solar Energy

We have been collecting the sun, wind, and water to carry out our daily lives since the beginning of humanity. It’s remarkable what we’ve learned, and what we can apply our learnings to today. My personal preference for renewable energy is hydroelectricity and water recycling. Collecting rainwater, using streams to create hydroelectricity, and even though […].

10 Most Common Uses of Solar Power

With breakneck dwindling of fossil fuels due to the upswing of humanity, it is crucial to find an alternative source of energy before we run out of everything. To deal with this outbreak, scientists choose the sun for lightening the path. They decided to use Solar power-a paramount in Earth’s very existence. Using photovoltaic(PV) and […].

The Cost of Solar Energy Vs Fossil Fuels

What is Solar Energy? Solar energy is seen as an important source of renewable energy and to give it a full definition, it is the radiant light and harnessed heat from the Sun that is using solar thermal energy, photovoltaics, solar heating, solar architecture, molten salt power plants, and artificial photosynthesis. The reason why the […].

How Solar Power Is Harnessed

Without energy, life is impossible on the planet. The physical law of conservation of energy suggests that energy can’t arise from anything and doesn’t disappear without a trace. It can be obtained from natural resources, such as coal, natural gas or uranium, and turned into forms convenient for us, such as heat or light. In […].