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Ranking of Renewable Energies according to Stanford University
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The term renewable energy refers to energy generated from natural resources that are practically inexhaustible (some for their endless quantity and others for the immense amount of energy they contain), and renewable because they naturally replenish. However, not all renewable energies are equally beneficial for the environment. To prove this, American engineer Mark Jacobson of Stanford University has ranked the various renewable energies according to its ecological footprint, its impact on global warming, and its health benefits to humans. As a result, he has compiled this interesting ranking that ranks wind energy as the most advantageous of all.

  • Author: lichi (Updated Jun 8, 2009)
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