Renewable energy

Renewable energy is energy that is produced by natural processes and is renewed on a regular basis. Sunlight, geothermal heat, wind, tides, water, and many types of biomass are all examples of natural phenomena. This energy never runs out and is replenished on a regular basis.

Alternative energy is a term that refers to a source of energy that is not derived from fossil fuels. It often denotes non-traditional energy sources with low environmental impact. According to some sources, the phrase alternative is used to contrast with fossil fuels. Alternative energy, by most definitions, does not harm the environment, which distinguishes it from renewable energy, which may or may not have a significant environmental impact.



Solar Power

Solar does not create electricity all of the time, but it does so when it is most required – throughout the day and during hot sunny periods when power demand (driven by air conditioners) is highest.

Wind Power

This renewable energy source is now one of the most cost-effective solutions available. It is, in fact, the most cost-effective of all large-scale alternatives available. Wind farms in Australia generated approximately 33.5 percent of the country’s overall clean energy supply in 2018, as well as 71.5 percent of the country’s power.