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We have already covered most of the parts of solar and wind energy and how they can be reused for commercial consumption, but today we are diving deep into the subject and talking about things that were not covered in Part 1.

Wind and solar energy have proven to be a reliable source of renewable energy, and more and more companies are investing their time and wealth in it. This proves to be cost-efficient for us to use electricity, and it will also be a great breakthrough in the field and serve as a benchmark for future innovations.
Technological advancements have played a very integral part in achieving this feat of renewable energy using solar and wind power. Although it hasn’t been commercialized yet, with gradual advancements, it will make its way through our households.

Currently, there are several solar projects in progress across the globe, most of which come from Asia and a few from America. China is working on the largest solar project in Yanchi Ningxia and covers an area of approximately 11,300 acres which is almost the size of San Marino.

There has been a 74% reduction in the Levelized Cost of electricity produced by renewable energy using solar and wind PV between 2010 and 2018.

Here is an infographic that will show you in-depth details of the renewable wind and solar energy.


Infographic by: energyminute.ca

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Renewable Energy: Solar and Wind: Part 2 #infographic


We have already covered most of the parts of solar and wind energy and how they can be reused for commercial consumption, but today we are diving deep into the subject and talking about things that were not covered in Part 1.

Wind and solar energy have proven to be a reliable source of renewable energy, and more and more companies are investing their time and wealth in it. This proves to be cost-efficient for us to use electricity, and it will also be a great breakthrough in the field and serve as a benchmark for future innovations.
Technological advancements have played a very integral part in achieving this feat of renewable energy using solar and wind power. Although it hasn’t been commercialized yet, with gradual advancements, it will make its way through our households.

Currently, there are several solar projects in progress across the globe, most of which come from Asia and a few from America. China is working on the largest solar project in Yanchi Ningxia and covers an area of approximately 11,300 acres which is almost the size of San Marino.

There has been a 74% reduction in the Levelized Cost of electricity produced by renewable energy using solar and wind PV between 2010 and 2018.

Here is an infographic that will show you in-depth details of the renewable wind and solar energy.


Infographic by: energyminute.ca

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