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Recent Advances In Green Technology

SEPCO 3/13/14 9:30 AM
Recent Advances In Green Technology

Attempting to make the world an improved and pollution-free place to live is not a straightforward task, and there are no settled principles. This is one of the tests we confront when making, executing, and depending on different sources of energy; since no single source of energy is 100% 'clean'. Nonetheless, year after year we continue to make great strides along the difficult road to environmentally responsible energy sources.


As temperatures increases and the population gets bigger, it’s clear that green engineering holds the way to the survival of Earth and all the species that live on it. Luckily, innovators all around the globe are endeavoring to create headways that will slow down or perhaps reduce the harm caused due to our over-reliance on fossil fuels.


According to Liberty Power, in a few cases, progress in green technology is dependent upon new discoveries and developments in science, physics, and engineering. On the other hand, these advancements have been dead set generally by shifts in thought processes. However, the thought of "green’’ is gaining popularity among people.


Several recent innovations are based on a century-old concept: that of using tidal power to generate electricity. Harnessing this renewable resource is rapidly becoming more practical and cost-effective. In the area of solar power, the use of copper-indium-gallium-selenide compounds in solar panels substantially increases the electrical power generating efficiency of these panels, plus the compounds make the construction of the panels far easier. Bladeless wind turbine designs, based on the physics of ship sails, are expected to significantly reduce the number of deaths of birds and bats. Wind turbine technology is also continuing to evolve.


Some innovative advancements in green technology are as follows:


Marine Renewable Energy:

Marine renewable energy works by harnessing the power of the ocean tides and currents; a continuous source of kinetic energy that can be used to power turbines which in turn produce electricity.


Solar Power: 

The sun provides enough energy in the form of light to supply the world with much more energy than we currently use globally.  Certain materials produce an electric current when exposed to light, and we can harness that current to generate electricity.


Algae-Based Biofuel:

Algae is a simple organism ranging from single-celled to multi-cellular forms and is typically thought of as a kind of plant due to its ability to perform photosynthesis. Using chemical and mechanical methods, oil can be extracted from algae and converted into fuel that acts in the same way as traditional petroleum fuels.


Green Roof:

Different countries are rapidly adopting the idea of keeping their roofs planted with grass. It not only minimizes the heat effect but also reduces summer air conditioning usage.


With this transformation in green technology, it is expected that we would not only be able to generate enough energy to fulfill our needs but also keep our planet safe and healthy.


Author’s Bio: Adam Prattler is an expert in geography and writes from time to time for different information sources. He is also fond of natural beauty so much that he prefers to have fake grass around his house since natural cannot grow.

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