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Green Energy. RPI’s Eco-Ed R esearch Group Jason King. What Is Green Energy.

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    1. Green Energy RPI’s Eco-Ed Research Group Jason King

    2. What Is Green Energy Green energy is energy that is produced in a manner that has less of a negative impact to the environment than energy sources like fossil fuels, which are often produced with harmful side effects. “Greener” types of energy that often come to mind are wind, hydro, solar, wave, and geothermal energy.

    3. Why Green Energy The goal of green energy is generally to create power with as little pollution as possible produced as a by-product. Every form of energy collection will result in some pollution, but those that are green are known to cause less than those that are not. Most people who advocate greener sources of energy claim that the result of worldwide use of green energy will result in the ability to preserve the planet for a longer time. Greenhouse gases, a by-product of traditional sources of energy such as fossil fuels are thought to be causing global warming, or the process of the Earth heating up at an accelerated pace.

    4. Wind Power

    5. Hydro Power

    6. Solar Power

    7. Wave Power

    8. Geo-Thermal Energy