THE BENEFITS OF WIND AND SOLAR TECHNOLOGY
As extreme weather events and natural disasters increase globally, many green initiatives are being implemented in an effort to reduce harm to the earth.
Green initiatives have been launched this year in an effort to reduce harm to the environment, as well as increase demand for clean and renewable energy. Environmentalists estimate that renewables energy will account for 70% of new US generation capacity in 2021.
Green energy is generated from natural and renewable resources. Projects that use sunlight, wind or water from renewable energy sources can be considered green projects.
The US plays an important role in wind power projects in 2020, which the most developed year in history for the global wind industry. but It still not enough to avoid the worst impacts of Climate Change. By 2021, wind turbines are expected to account for 31% of new generation capacity in the US.
Taras Vodyanyy, CEO of Sirocco Energy, said the transition from fossil fuels to renewable energy is the only way we can build a bright future for next generation and the planet in general. “We now have a great opportunity to use wind as a free and inexhaustible source of energy without polluting emissions.”
"We applied to the Climate Innovation Vouchers Programme with an innovation that could contribute to the global fight against climate change. The grant we won will help to accelerate the product launch".
In addition, the cost of wind energy is low, the technology is constantly evolving. That makes wind energy one of the fastest growing clean energy sources in the world today.
According to the US "Renewable Energy Outlook" report for 2021, from market analyst S&P Global Market Intelligence, meeting net zero emissions by 2050 is a goal that countries around the world The world is committed to and will require a 300% increase in wind power installations over the next 10 years. More than 21GW of wind capacity and 15GW of solar capacity are estimated to be operational by the end of 2021.
In 2021, solar power is expected to account for 39% of new generation capacity in the US because it is more affordable, as well as policies to support equipment installation. Solar panels bring companies and people benefits such as: controlling electricity costs, using clean energy, renewable energy, adding value to buildings, reducing taxes and preferential treatment and discounts on installation costs.
Solar energy not only helps protect the environment, widespread use of solar energy can significantly reduce harmful health problems such as the effects of nitrous oxide (funky balloon-N2O), sulfur dioxide (SO2) and partical matter emissions, which can cause chronic bronchitis, respiratory and cardiovascular problems.
Physical infrastructure on land is not the only option for installing solar panels, some other untapped potential projects are floating solar farms (floatovoltaics) are built on ponds, lakes and wastewater treatment facilities.
Once considered impossible, private companies and corporations in the US and globally are starting to deploy wind and solar energy projects in record numbers in 2021, aiming to reduce and make efforts to reduce the harm caused to the environment.