Green Energy

Green energy refers to any form of energy that is produced from natural resources such as sunshine, wind, or water. Green energy is often derived from renewable energy technologies such as solar, wind, geothermal, biomass, and hydroelectric power as a source of energy. Each of these technologies generates energy in a different way, whether it's through harnessing the sun's energy using solar panels, wind turbines, or the flow of water. Green energy is beneficial to the environment because it substitutes more ecologically friendly options for the negative consequences of fossil fuels. Natural sources of green energy include sun, wind, rain, tides, plants, algae, and geothermal heat. These energy resources are renewable, meaning they can be regenerated in the nature. Fossil fuels, on the other hand, are a limited resource that takes millions of years to produce and will diminish as they are consumed. Renewable energy sources are also less harmful to the environment than fossil fuels, which produce greenhouse gases as a byproduct and contribute to climate change. To get fossil fuels, one must frequently mine or drill deep into the ground, often in ecologically sensitive locations. Green energy, on the other hand, uses readily available energy sources all over the world, especially in rural and remote areas where electricity is scarce. Green energy may be utilized to replace fossil fuels in a variety of applications, including power generation, water heating, home appliances, and automotive fuel.


  •     Solar Power
  •     Wind Power
  •     Hydropower
  •     Geothermal Energy
  •     Nuclear Energy
  •     Renewable Energy
  •     Green Nanotechnology
  •     Waste to Energy
  •     Environmental Microbiology & Bioremediation
  •     Renewable And Non-Renewable Energy
  •     Small and Micro Scale hydropower
  •     Green Energy and Sustainable energy
  •     Biomass and Bio energy
  •     Power And Energy Engineering
  •     Energy Recycling & Conservation
  •     Green Chemistry
  •     Energy, Environment & Sustainability
  •     Green Technology & Architecture