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Do you know the definition of Green Energy? Green energy can be defined as renewable which means it's not going to run out and can be replenished when needs be. Examples may include clean types of energies such as solar, wind, air, water, geothermal - all of which are renewable energies and harmless to our environment unlike the use of fossil fuels.

Fun Fact 1: Green energy can be described as clean types of energy which do not pollute or harm our atmosphere.

Fun Fact 2: Green energy may also be described as a renewable source of energy which means this type will not run out in the future as it naturally reoccurs.

Fun Fact 3: Examples of substances which are used to power our world, but may also be harmful to our world, are oil, coal and natural gas. These substances are known as fossil fuels as they are formed over many years of heat and pressure being applied to layers of organic material which includes dead plants and animals.

Fun Fact 4: Fossil fuels such as coal, oil and natural gas are rich in carbon so when the fuels burn, the carbon is released into our atmosphere causing smog and pollution. Therefore, the types of energy produced by fossil fuels are not green because they are not clean and they are not renewable as they take millions of years to form naturally.

Fun Fact 5: Green energies are sustainable; they provide us with today's power needs without harming the future generations.

Fun Fact 6: Examples of renewable energies include solar, wave, geothermal, wind, air, hydropower and water energy. These types of energies can produce electricity, as well as other power forms, without the need to burn anything, therefore, without producing harmful chemicals.

Fun Fact 7: Solar power is a type of green energy which comes from the sun's rays. A good example of this is the use of solar panels to heat buildings. Solar panels are placed, according to the direction of the sun, on rooftops. The panels absorb the sunlight and convert the rays to electricity which heat and power the building.

Fun Fact 8: Wind (air) is a form of green energy which comes from the movement of air, produced by the varying temperatures of the Earth's surface. Huge wind turbines are placed and directed in accordance to the wind in order to generate electricity to power homes and businesses.

Fun Fact 9: Hydro (water) is another great example. Turbine systems are placed in rivers, or other sources of high volume, fast flowing water, in order to generate electricity for homes and businesses.

Fun Fact 10: Most renewable sources (green energies) are used to generate electricity. These sources can be replenished; therefore, they can be renewed.

Fun Fact 11: The renewable source Biomass uses wood and waste, both of which can be reproduced and replaced

Fun Fact 12: Green energy is been used more and more as it doesn't place a high compromises on the future of our planet like fossil fuels. It is important to look after our planet to ensure it doesn't become over-polluted for the future generations.

Fun Fact 13: The more we use green energy, the less we will use fossil fuels to power our homes, businesses, cars and other forms of transportation; all of which can pollute and harm our atmosphere.

Fun Fact 14: At the moment, non-renewable fuels such as natural gas, coal and oil, provide our main source of energy. Hopefully, future developments will provide an increase renewable sources been used. Prices of non-renewable sources are rising which will help push us more towards going green!

Fun Fact 15: One of the main problems with green energy is its production is not always consistent. For example, more solar energy is produced during the summer months, daylight hours and clear cloud-free days. More wind energy is produced during some seasons than others.

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