SCI 275 Energy Resource Plan

SCI 275 Energy - (1 Title Energy Resource Plan Name Jordan Miller Course SCI 275 Due Date Sunday Instructor Elisabeth Solchick(2 Energy

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(1) Title: Energy Resource Plan Name: Jordan Miller Course: SCI 275 Due Date: Sunday, July 11, 2010 Instructor: Elisabeth Solchick
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(2) Energy conservation is important for many different reasons such as environmental, social, and economic purposes. Saving energy would be an effective way to reduce the money we spend in this economy; especially these days when economic times are even tougher and the environment is declining faster than ever before. Our resources will eventually run out and what we do have, we cannot afford to lose. When non-renewable resources are gone, they are gone for good. When would be a better time to consider energy conservative products than now? Renewable energy resources such as water, wind, and solar power are resources that will not run out. There is an infinite supply of water, sun, and wind available for power and do not cause pollution of the Earth. Non-renewable resources, such as coal, oil, and natural gas have limitations. They will eventually run out. Although they seem to last forever, they are within the Earth and there will be a time in the future that they will no longer be available. There are literally dozens of ways to conserve energy.
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SCI 275 Energy - (1 Title Energy Resource Plan Name Jordan Miller Course SCI 275 Due Date Sunday Instructor Elisabeth Solchick(2 Energy

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