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Switching Household to Strictly Renewable Energy 1Switching Household to Strictly Renewable EnergyTyler Q. WhiteSouthern New Hampshire University
Switching Household to Strictly Renewable Energy 2Switching household to strictly renewable energyoThis topic involves cutting off my house’s reliance on non-renewable resources such as fossil fuels, and ideally, not having to rely on resources that take a long time to renew themselves, like wood, etc. After the reliance on these non-renewable resourcesis cut off, a transition would be made to a more environmentally friendly and renewable resource such as solar.oHistory and Contemporary ViewpointThis section will talk about how solar evolved to where it is today. I will start in 1876 with the first photovoltaic cell, then journey into the 1900s where we start commercials producing the cells, sending them to space, and then puttingthem into consumer products. I will go into detail on the advances made in the