Renewable Energy Group

Sandra asks…

what is the differences of these energies?

a. alternative energy
b. nuclear energy
c. photovoltaic energy
d. plasma energy

Windmill Farms answers:

In each form of energy listed, the difference between them could be viewed as the form in which the energy is stored.

All forms of energy are stored in different ways, in the energy sources that we use every day. These sources are divided into two groups — renewable (an energy source that can be replenished in a short period of time) and nonrenewable (an energy source that we are using up and cannot recreate in a short period of time). Renewable and nonrenewable energy sources can be used to produce secondary energy sources including electricity and hydrogen.

Energy comes in different forms — heat (thermal), light (radiant), mechanical, electrical, chemical, and nuclear energy. Energy is in everything as your choices reflect.

Robert asks…

Renewable energy help?

I have to do a group discussion on renewable energy next week and im kind of struggling on what and how to research. Basically the lecturer is messing us about. She keeps taking days off sick which is resulting in us cramming sh*t loads of work for assesments that are days away with little preperation. I dont have a clue on how to plan, research or even do a group discussion. I dont know what you have to talk about, how to start it off etc etc. Ive never done a group discussion before. Can any one shed some light on this topic please. I dont even have a clue on renewable energy. We picked it because everyone said it would be easy. I got home and researched it and im actually clueless. Does anyone know of any sites eyc that would be of much help? :)

cheers.

Windmill Farms answers:

I can summarize up renewable energy. Renewable energy is energy that will never run out, like solar energy (solar panels), wind energy (windmills) and water energy*. (*Note: Water is renewable, drinkable water is not.)

For sites, I reccomend this:

http://www.eere.energy.gov/

Laura asks…

Renewable energy question?

reading of the DOE website, http://www1.eere.energy.gov/biomass/pdfs/nbap.pdf, former Pres. Bush’s “Twenty-in-Ten” initiative drafted several agencies into collaborative decision making. The Sustainability Interagency Working Group led by the DOE, EPA, and the USDA will be drafting other agencies into action with a plan to reduce gasoline consumption by 20% in 10 years, with significant production of biofuels to be achieved by 2022. Many jobs can be created, but at this point in our nations’ economic downturn, can we support the needed changes in infrastructure? In addition, will we be able to address the potential environmental, health, and safety issues that will arise as a result of the creation and usage of biofuels by 2022?

Windmill Farms answers:

You need to know that there are all kinds of unintended consequences to this game. Ethanol takes more energy to make than it delivers as a fuel.
As corn is diverted to this mandatory program, food prices all over world skyrocket as the food supply goes to fuel.
The only viable sources of the energy we need are nuclear (far safer than coal), oil ( more drilling) and coal ( very plentiful)., Wind and solar are not capable of producing significant amounts of energy today.

Chris asks…

UK Citizens choice: 50 new hospitals; 100,000 extra Police; or huge investment in renewable energy?

You could have had 50 state of the art hospitals.

Or maybe 100,000 extra Police Officers in our cities, towns and villages.

An extra 100,000 teachers to teach in smaller groups.

A massive investment in renewable energy that would have achieved the 2020 targets; imoroved the environment; and softened the blow of rising energy prices.

Instead – the money got spent on sending troops and equipment to Iraq and Afghanistan.

But how would you have spent the money?
Yes Sam – they do have excellent health facilities in Germany. And they’re way ahead in renewable energy. But then they don’t have 2 wars to pay for.
Hey Sandisk – you could have 50,000 police instead and invest £6000 million in renewable energy.
Absolutely Bamford. And not forgetting all the people killed in Afghanistan and Iraq.
Divasue. Oh yes. Again that’s what they’ve done in Germany. So many people generate their own electricity and sell their surplus back into the National Grid. Such a good idea.

Windmill Farms answers:

To hell with renewable energy, we are a tiny island our contribution to saving the planet is zilch. I wish our “green” friends would expend their energies castigating China. Ah but China would just ignore them or chuck them in the clink. Bullies always target a soft touch. We don’t really need more hospitals, we just need to get rid of all the managers, PFI and wastage, then they will be much more efficient. We don’t really need more police, we just need them to do the job they are paid for instead of sitting behind a desk meeting pathetic government targets. We do not need more teachers, stop mass immigration and they would not be overwhelmed by pupils who cannot speak English. Give back their authority and they would not be wasting valuable learning time in trying to control the class yobs. Our troops should not be fighting in these conflicts, bring them home. I suppose my message is, that it is not about money but about doing what is right. If I ran the country I would have saved the money and used it to pay off some of our massive debts, thereby benefitting us all. .

Jenny asks…

Pressure groups and renewable energy…?

I need to know some pressure groups campaigning regarding renewable energy. I need names and what they are doing/ want please. Thanks :)

Windmill Farms answers:

Chicago Climate Exchange (CCX). Run a search on CCX and CCX Obama. You will be amazed that the media is not talking about this! Yes our President is a founder in Chicago Climate Exchange! Controlling interest in the company has already been sold, but Obama helped create it. It is a scam. All our President has to do is get congress to pass the Cap and Trade Bill. Then, companies that go over their “Carbon Emissions” can BUY CARBON CREDITS from cleaner operating companies, through CCX and continue doing “business as usual” and emit co2 or almost any greenhouse gas they want to. YouTube has a video called “The Huge Mistake-Climate Change” that explains the situation very well. CCX is poised to make trillions of dollars, yes, with a “T”

Powered by Yahoo! Answers

Comments are closed.