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Why Renewable Energy?

 Energy is the most important resource we need on this planet. To survive. So a study of energy sources how it affects the lives and a basic knowledge about  energy is vital. My mission on this planet is to provide in-depth knowledge about new and  renewable energy technologies in a format which is easily accessible to a global audience.

Our need for energy is the root cause of the rising rate of climate change.  Yes, the rising rate of climate change. I used this phrase intentionally because the climate has changed in the past but not in a rate at which it is changing now. Climate change is true. Climate changes, everything change. Change is inevitable. We should not fear it. But the rate at which it’s changing matters. What’s the reason behind it.? 

Pumping fossil fuels out of the earth, burning and emitting tonnes of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere is said to be one of the main reason behind global warming and then the rising rate of climate change. 

There are off cause other factors which contribute to the climate change such as deforestation, mining, etc but burning fossil fuel is said to be the number one cause of global warming and then climate change. 

We’ve already made a lot of damage and the planet is responding to us in the form of sea-level rise, weather change, flood, drought etc. this is the right time for action... Now or never. 

We should thank all the scientists, businessmen, and some governments for developing and supporting sustainable technologies. Without their efforts we would be far behind. We’ve already made great developments in solar photovoltaic. We already have a steppingstone, above which we’ve to build a thousand more. 

This planet need more and more sustainable energy specialists, renewable energy specialists to make the shift from fossil fuel to new and renewable technologies faster. 

This video series Will help those who want to become a Renewable energy specialist and give them a foundation upon which they can contribute to sustainable energy technologies. 

I have a dream. By 2030 when I celebrate by 38th birthday, obviously if I’m alive, I want to see each and every households in this world energy self sufficient through any sustainable technologies, solar, wind, tidal, fusion anything but sustainable. 

If you’ve ever dreamed about becoming a Renewable energy specialist or solar power expert this channel is absolutely for you. I’m sure that This video series will make you a Renewable energy specialist. Here you will learn about all the primary sources of energy, renewable energy technologies, solar photovoltaic, solar panel installation, how to install a solar power system yourself, potential technologies which may emerge as the future power plants, latest battery technologies and everything you need to know in New and renewable energy technologies. 

You can access These videos completely for free by subscribing this channel. But if u join this video series by clicking the blue join button right next to the subscribe button you will get access to some exclusive features like offline-learning, ad-free, and early access to my videos. 

Consider joining this course and support me to build a better tomorrow for the next generations. I’d really appreciate that. 

So if you are interested in renewable energy technologies join this course and upgrade yourself. Let’s build a better tomorrow for the next generations to come.


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