Most developing countries have abundant renewable energy resources, including solar energy, wind power, geothermal energy, and biomass, as well as the ability to manufacture the relatively labor-intensive systems that harness these. By developing such energy sources developing countries can reduce their dependence on oil and natural gas, creating energy portfolios that are less vulnerable to price rises. In many circumstances, these investments can be less expensive than fossil fuel systems.
These projects in many developing countries have demonstrated that they can directly contribute to poverty alleviation by providing the energy needed for creating businesses and employment. Alternative technologies can also make indirect contributions to alleviating poverty by providing electricity for cooking, space heating, and lighting. It can also contribute to education, by providing electricity to schools. Green electricity for cooking and heating can reduce the time that children spend out of school collecting fuel. In addition, the displacement of traditional fuels reduces the health problems from indoor air pollution produced by burning those fuels. Alternative resources can be particularly suitable for developing countries. In rural and remote areas, transmission and distribution of energy generated from fossil fuels can be difficult and expensive. Producing Renewable energy locally can offer a viable alternative.
Considering their effectiveness and reliability in comparison to traditional sources, they are the way to go in the future. This website is dedicated to the advocacy of renewable energy methods and the many proven facts about their use and the many benefits of effectively applying them.