Wind Wind is another great source of clean, green energy. Due to wind occurring potentially at all times of the day it doesn’t have the same limitations that solar does. Unfortunately though the amount of wind can be sporadic, so while it may continue to provide energy through the night, it can be unreliable based on the weather. Wind is already set up in a range of countries and expanding on this would be a great step to achieving a more eco-friendly energy system.
Hydro Another great option, although the limitations on this energy source are now due to the terrain and amount of rivers that can be utilized with turbines. Many countries simply don’t have a suitable terrain to be able to generate enough power through hydro alone. The plus side of hydro is that if the terrain is suitable, the amount of energy that can be provided through a single hydro-dam alone is huge. As we can see, there are some great options to help promote a cleaner method of generating energy in the 21st century. Overall the best method is generally a combination of multiple sources due to the limitations of each particular source, but even a look into a single source can be a huge step towards a cleaner and greener environment for everyone.