Green energy is a broad topic that has many parts. The approach for green energy can include renewable and sustainable energy, but must also adopt technologies that will allow us to use fossil fuels and other fuel sources as efficiently as possible and to reduce CO2 emissions. The goal of green energy is to make positive changes in all aspects of energy production and use as a step towards reducing the impact of fossil fuels on the environment.
Although renewable energy is desirable as the basis for energy production, we know that it is inevitable that the global energy supply will still rely on fossil fuels in the foreseeable future, thus making it paramount to use these fuel sources in an efficient way. In order to combat climate change, part of our charge is to utilize what resources we do have to make them last, and to use them wisely.
Improving fuel utilization rates and developing ways to combine fossil fuels with renewable energy sources is a step towards reducing the impact of fossil fuels on the environment.
Methods to Incorporating and Harnessing Alternative Green Energy
- Energy Efficiency Power Plants
- Combined Heat and Power CHP Plants
- Combined Heat and Power (micro CHP) Plants
- Fuel Cells
- Heat Pumps
- Micro Combined Heat and Power
- Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS)
- Efficient Gas Furnaces
- Efficient Oil Extraction
- Efficient Natural Gas Technologies
- Other Efficient Energy Production Technologies