Renewable Energy Essay

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Hello, for this assignment I want you to follow the steps below to get it done taking in considerations each aspect beside the helpful hints provided. As I already have the outline that you can take advantage of it, it will be attached below. I need you to add one extra source cause I want them to be 6 sources and only have 5. Please I want this paper perfect, and please follow the outline and steps carefully. thank you!

Part 2 is a 1,000 – 1,200-word literature review draft that advances the current state of knowledge on your selected topic in an organized pattern.

While the Part 1 Outline helped you to identify the sources’ contribution of knowledge on your research topic, frame your thesis statement, and define the key issues/sub-issues that will facilitate your organizing your literature review, the writing of the intermediate draft will extend your literature review as you more fully demonstrate the current state of knowledge surrounding your selected topic.

At least six sources are required for this Intermediate Draft. Your six sources should include a combination of public and scholarly sources.

The following steps will help you to further develop your Part 2 Intermediate Draft:

  1. Consider your purpose in writing the literature review: to demonstrate your understanding of the current state of thinking on your research topic by synthesizing various viewpoints and logically organizing information.
  2. In Part 2, you will aim for a clear and cohesive essay that integrates those key issues and literature details that reveal the current state of knowledge on your research topic.
  3. Begin with a creative title that reflects the current state of knowledge of your research topic.
  4. In the introduction, explain the overarching focus of your literature review and establish why your research topic being reviewed is important. Conclude your introduction with your thesis statement, the sentence or two that reveals the current state of knowledge.
  5. Divide the body of your literature review into the key issues and sub-issues you identified in your analysis of the current literature. As a reminder, these key issues and sub-issues represent the major themes, points, topics, important trends, intersections, and findings about which researchers agree or disagree. The key issues/sub-issues will represent an organized section of the literature review and will be used as a path for further discussion in the body of your literature review.
  6. Introduce each key issue/sub-issue with a topic sentence that describes the synthesis. Details that follow the topic sentence should describe the literature and include source identification and evidence in the form of examples, brief quotes, and paraphrases.
  7. Be sure to use clear transitions as you introduce sub-issues and sources.
  8. Provide source citations according to the required guidelines.
  9. Write a conclusion to your literature review that highlights the presented evidence and that demonstrates any possibilities for future research/action.
  10. Proofread your literature review
  11. Helpful Hints

    1. Focus on analysis, rather than a summary/description of what research has been done.
    2. Divide body sections into key issues/sub-issues, rather than on the individual work of the researchers.
    3. Review the topic sentences of each paragraph to be sure that they link back to your thesis and demonstrate a logical progression of ideas and evidence from beginning to end

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1 Renewable energy I. Introduction A. Thesis: As a result of increased environmental pollution, different nations have come up with strategies to reduce the pollution while meeting the energy needs of their citizens. One of such strategies is the use of renewable energy, which is the use of energy that is collected from energy sources that replenished naturally human timescale. In this exercise, I will discuss these renewable energy sources in detail. II. Solar energy A. Topic sentence: solar energy is one of the major sources of renewable energy, and it is obtained from sunlight. B. Purpose: To study the effectiveness of solar energy, how it is applicable, its advantages and disadvantages. C. Evidence: a) Kabir, • ‘The development of novel solar power technologies is considered to be one of many key solutions toward fulfilling a worldwide increasing demand for energy. Rapid growth within the field of solar technologies is nonetheless facing various technical barriers, such as low solar cell efficiencies, low performing balance-of-systems (BOS), economic hindrances (e.g., high upfront costs and a lack of financing mechanisms), and institutional obstacles (e.g., inadequate infrastructure and a shortage of skilled manpower)’ b) Kannan 2 • ‘Solar energy, among other renewable sources of energy, is a promising and freely available energy source for managing long term issues in energy crisis. Solar industry is developing steadily all over the world because of the high demand for energy while major energy source, fossil fuel, is limited and other sources are expensive. It has become a tool to develop economic status of developing countries and to sustain the lives of many underprivileged people as it is now cost effective after a long aggressive research done to expedite its development. The solar industry would definitely be a best option for future energy demand since it is superior in terms of availability, cost effectiveness, accessibility, capacity and efficiency compared to other renewable energy sources.’ III. Geothermal energy A. Topic sentence: Geothermal energy is a renewable source of energy since its availability is not affected by lack or source or an increase in the price of fossil fuel. B. Purpose: To study the effectiveness of geothermal energy, how it is applicable, its advantages and disadvantages. C. Evidence: a) • Alhamid ‘Geothermal energy is counted as a type of renewable energy, which means the availability is not affected by the lack of source and the increasing price of fossil oil. Environmentally friendly is also one of the advantages of geothermal energy. In general, not all countries have the potential of 3 geothermal energy, only countries traversed by the ring of fire have the geothermal energy resource.'’ IV. Wind energy A. Topic sentence: Wind is a source of renewable energy, whereby it is converted using the turbines into energy. B. Purpose: To study the effectiveness of wind as source of energy, how it is applicable, its advantages and disadvantages. C. Evidence: a) Dai • ‘Recognized as one of the most mature renewable energy technologies, wind energy has been developing rapidly in recent years. Many countries have shown interest in utilizing wind power, but they are concerned about the environmental impacts of the wind farms. The continuous growth of the wind energy industry in many parts of the world, especially in some developing countries and ecologically vulnerable regions, necessitates a comprehensive understanding of wind farm induced environmental impacts. The environmental issues caused by wind farms were reviewed in this paper by summarizing existing studies. Available mitigation measures to minimize these adverse environmental impacts were discussed in this document.’ V. Biomass energy A. Topic sentence: Biomass can be an effective source of light and heat when used effectively. 4 B. Purpose: To study the effectiveness of biomass as source of energy, how it is applicable, its advantages and disadvantages. C. Evidence: a) Al-Hamamre • ‘An assessment of biomass resources potential in Jordan for power/heat generation and biogas production is presented in this paper. The investigation is based on five crucial requirements toward process sustainability and production cost. These requirements include biomass analysis and availability, conversion technologies, optimizing efficiency, reduction of environmental impact, and political decisions. All of these requirements collectively work in synergy toward commercial implementation of bioconversion technologies of biomass into energy. The information obtained in this study is expected to be useful for both decentralized and centralized wastes based energy planning by policymakers and industry developers, which can increase the biomass based renewable energy share to the energy mix. Direct biomass resources including agricultural residues, animal manure and municipal solid waste are considered in the analysis.’ VI. Conclusion A) Solar energy, wind energy and biomass are some of the most commonly used renewable energy sources worldwide. In addition to being cost effective, they are clean, available and highly effective. B) Future areas of research; a) What are other sources of renewable energy in the world? 5 b) What renewable energy sources are highly used in the united states of America? c) What are the impacts of these sources on the environment, economy and social wellbeing 0f the citizens? 6 Works cited Al-Hamamre, Zayed, et al. "Wastes and biomass materials as sustainable-renewable energy resources for Jordan." Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 67 (2017): 295-314. (https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1364032116305305) Alhamid, M. Idrus, et al. "Potential of geothermal energy for electricity generation in Indonesia: A review." Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 53 (2016): 733-740. (https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1364032115010023) Dai, Kaoshan, et al. "Environmental issues associated with wind energy–A review." Renewable Energy 75 (2015): 911-921. (https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0960148114007149) Kabir, Ehsanul, Pawan Kumar, Sandeep Kumar, Adedeji A. Adelodun, and Ki-Hyun Kim. "Solar energy: Potential and future prospects." Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 82 (2018): 894-900. (https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1364032117313485) Kannan, Nadarajah, and Divagar Vakeesan. "Solar energy for future world: -A review." Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 62 (2016): 1092-1105. (https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1364032116301320) ...
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Renewable Energy
The energy that is collected from renewable sources that occur naturally is referred to as
renewable energy. Some of the commonly renewable sources include the wind, sun, geothermal
and biomass. Since the twentieth century, our planet has been faced with the threat of global
warming which is highly attributed to the use of sources of energy that result in the emission of
greenhouse gases and as a result damaging the ozone layer that protects the earth from advance
effects of global warming. As a result of increased environmental pollution, different nations
have come up with strategies to reduce pollution while meeting the energy needs of their
citizens. One of such strategies is the use of renewable energy, which is the use of energy that is
collected from energy sources that replenished naturally human timescale. In this exercise, I will
discuss these renewable energy sources in detail.
Solar energy is one of the major sources of renewable energy, and it is obtained from
sunlight. The use of the sun as the source of energy is said to be inexhaustible because the sun
rays are always available for roughly about 24 hours every day. Most governments have shown
much effort in promoting the use of solar energy whereby most people use solar panels to collect
the energy directly from the sun. The governments have shown this through educating people on
the importance of using this form of energy as a way to save our own planet from the effects of
global warming that are now being delectated in the changes of the weather patterns across the

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