Green energy is that which is derived from natural sources including the sun, wind, water and geothermal heat. These energy sources do not pollute the environment, are 'clean', and are naturally replenished. A little above 15% of the world's energy needs are currently served by green energy sources.
Other sections of this site cover green energy topics including green energy business, green energy technologies and helpful advice for business who are looking to go green.
Global interest in solar energy has surged in recent times, in parallel to the trend of incorporation green energy sources into homes and offices. Photovoltaic installations for solar energy are widespread with solar thermal power stations operating in USA and Spain.
Various elements of solar energy for home and business use are of growing interest, and will be covered in sections about home solar power, solar panels, and solar energy savings.
Wind power is steadily gaining popularity with growth rates of 30% annually around the world. Climate change and concern over rising fuel costs have led to this explosion of interest. Wind energy is widely used in Europe, Asia and the United States. Wind is a form of green energy that is pollution-free and renewable.
Various aspects of wind energy will be discussed by email marketing, including home wind energy, wind turbines and wind energy production.
Renewable energy is derived from sources that are replenished naturally over time. Common sources of green energy that are renewable include wind, water and sunlight. Many renewable energy projects are large scale, but green energy technologies suitable for smaller scale implementation are growing fast.
We will discuss renewable energy, energy efficiency and the various sources and business models that are based on renewable energy in other parts of this site.