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Solar Energy a Reliable and Practical Source
These days we are experiencing a growing awareness to the fact that our Energy resources, as they have been used in the last few years, are probably not going to last for long and that the Energy markets are exposed to more and more rapid changes, some due to political reasons and others because of the changing climate of the planet.
solar energy is a renewable free source of Energy which is sustainable as it is not inexhaustible, unlike fossil fuels which are finite. It is also a non-polluting source of energy and it does not emit any greenhouse gases when producing electricity. The solar electricity that is produced can supplement your entire or partial energy consumption. Using solar energy means reducing your energy bills and saving money. Also having solar PV panels adds value to your home, they are low maintenance and unobtrusive. Germany is the global leader for solar-generated electricity.
Why choose solar energy?
Australia is the luckiest country in the world. Our geography gives us the opportunity to use the most natural, sustainable and clean energy in our homes – the energy from the sun.
Solar thermal applications are the most widely used category of solar energy technology. These technologies use heat from the sun for water and space heating, ventilation, and many other applications.
Solar energy is not a new concept, it has been properly introduced to the global public many years ago and successfully implemented in different parts of the world in different ways, so we can say that solar energy is known to most people, but it is still not as popular as it should be, as a cheap replacement for other sources of energy. The energy of the sun, from its direct sun rays that are projected directly at the earth or by giant wind turbines are free fro us to use, to manipulate for our needs, and this can be done by almost anyone in any place, it just needs to technology and the know-how.
How is the energy present in the electrons passed through electron transport chain II first used? (Answers: 1) (Comments: 0)
The energy is used to pump hydrogen ions into the stroma. The energy is used to pump electrons into the stroma. The energy is used to pump hydrogen ions into the thylakoid space. The energy is trapped in the bonds between NADP+ and H+. The energy is used to split water and create hydrogen ions. The energy is trapped in the bonds between ADP and P.
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