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Unformatted text preview: to your home, and in different cities, the laws are not going to allow something like that in your back yard. As for solar energy, certain places don’t see the sun a lot, so how would they build up their energy sources if they didn’t have sunlight? Lastly, Biomass energy has challenges because of the cost and the resources needed to convert different products to useable fuel. Another energy source is hydrogen energy, which is the use of flowing water and converting it into energy. Our public transportation is utilizing hydrogen energy and helping the environment by not letting off toxic emissions. We have a high demand for coal, oil and natural gases but the amount of resources we have doesn’t meet our demand. These nonrenewable energy resources put of harmful chemicals into the environment. The cost to use these different resources is very expensive....
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- Spring '09
- Renewable Energy, World energy resources and consumption, nonrenewable energy resources, renewable energy alternatives