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Energy Solutions

Advantages

Disadvantages

Wind

Wind

- No CO2 emissions
- Affordable price
- Limited impact on ecosystems
- Relatively high output
- The output is proportional to the amount of wind
- Not available everywhere
- Expensive investment and maintenance
- Extensive land use

Solar

Sun

- Does not pollute
- The most inexhaustible energy source
- The systems will last for 15-30 years
- Expensive investment
- Is depending on sunny weather
- An additional source of energy may be required
- Requires a lot of space for the solar panels

Water

Water

- No CO2 emissions
- Is reliable
- Can generate large amounts of energy
- The output can be adjusted according to demand
- The environment around the dam area is affected
- The power stations are expensive to build
- Dams are vulnerable to drought
- Risk of flooding

Biomass

Biomass

- Ample supply
- Less CO2 emissions than from fossil fuels
- Can be used in diesel engines
- Engines can be easily converted to run on biomass
- High transport costs if the source is far away
- Emits some pollution
- Increases emissions of nitrogen oxides
- Uses some fossil fuels during the conversion

Geothermal

Geothermal

- Minimal environmental impact
- Is effective
- Low CO2 emissions
- Low cost after the initial investment
- Geothermal fields are not everywhere
- Expensive investment
- Wells can be depleted

Natural Gas

Natural Gas

- Available in most places
- The cleanest burning of fossil fuels
- Often used in combination with other fuels to reduce pollution
- Is made secure by adding an artificial odor
- Transportation costs are high
- Lack of infrastructure makes gas resources unavailable in some area
s- Burns cleaner with a little emission
- The pipes affect ecosystems

Petroleum

Petroleum

- An efficient transport fuel worldwide
- The basic ingredient in many products
- Economical to produce
- Easy to transport
- High CO2 emissions
- Available in limited areas
- The supply can be depleted before natural gases and coal
- The drilling and transport might affect the environment

Coal

Coal

- Ample supply
- Currently cheap to extract
- Is reliable
- Is able to generate large amounts of power
- High CO2 emissions / acid rain
- High environmental impact from mining and burning
- Mining can be dangerous for the miners