North Lake College Renewable Energy Sources case study

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Based on the diagram below, which renewable energy source should the United States concentrate on increasing?Determine the pros and cons of each type of energy source to help you determine your opinion of the best energy source to increase. Cite all sources used. types of energy to be determined:

1.geothermal energy


4.biomass waste




note: The web has many sources but not all are credible. A credible source is one that you can trust.Some examples of credible sources are journal articles by respected and well known scientists, websites from major institutions such as the Mayo Clinic or NASA. The domain ending in .edu is reserved for educational institutions.The .gov domain indicates a government website. These two domains are usually trusted as credible sources. Examples of non-credible sources include (but are not limited to) blogs, unsubstantiated emotional opinions, facebook posts, self-authored websites, websites not from a government sources or without citations. Some considerations when viewing a source is who the author is and if the information is current.

*need thesis statements and arguments

good grammar and spelling

Tutor Answer

School: Duke University


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Renewable Energy Sources
Continuous fluctuation in fossil fuel prices has led to a concern over its usage, both now
and in future. Renewable energy is being used as an alternative due to its low cost and also due
to the fact that fossil energy degrades and emits dangerous gases to the environment. Energy
collected from renewable sources such as sunlight, geothermal energy, wind, rain and tides is
called renewable energy. It requires less maintenance since their fuels are gotten from natural
sources and available resources which generally reduce the cost of maintenance. Based on the
diagram I hold to it that the US should work on nuclear electric power and renewable energy.
Solar energy
Solar energy is derived from sunlight meaning it is inexhaustible energy supply for many
years. There is very little infrastructure needed to harvest this form of energy unlike fossil fuels
that uses up a lot of infrastruct...

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