The choice before us is simple. Will we continue to subsidize the dirty fossil fuels of the past, or will we transition to 21st century clean, renewable energy?

 Nowadays, urbanization leads to an increase in the demand for everything important for human life. We need the Energy to run out everything like our businesses, home, industries, and other facilities, etc. Even we need the energy to do every work. If we use safer energy so it would be a better option for not only us for our new generations. We must adopt safer and sound energy resources like solar, wind, biomass, etc. It not only reduces the pollution of non-renewable energy resources but also boosts up the economy by saving the amount of non-renewable energy resources because renewable energy resources are natural and endless.

A renewable energy source is a sustainable energy that can’t run out or is said to be an endless energy resource. It is also referred to as an alternative energy sources mean renewable resource. Renewable resources are solar energy, wind energy, hydro energy, tidal energy, geothermal energy, and biomass energy.

Our dependence on fossil fuels amounts to global pyromania, and the only fire extinguisher we have at our disposal is renewable energy!

Sunlight is one of the most important and freely available resources of energy. The amount of energy that reaches the earth's surface in one hour is more than the planet's total energy requirements in one year. The second most important energy is hydropower which is the most commercially developed energy source. By constructing the dam, we can run a turbine and generate electricity.

The third form of renewable energy is the conversion of solid fuel made from plants into electricity. This is a much easier and energy-efficient method of generating electricity. By converting agricultural, industrial, and domestic waste into solid, liquid, and gas fuel, biomass generates power at a much lower economic and environmental cost. The other sources of renewable energy are tidal energy, geothermal energy, wind energy.  Although the installation cost of all renewable resources is high it reduces not only pollution but boosts up the economy by generating safer and energy-efficient electricity sources.

By using non-renewable resources like fossil fuels is not environmentally friendly as it releases loads of gases and noxious gases and particulate matters into the atmosphere which destroy the overall environment and thus contribute to climate change and global warming. Burning wood instead of coal is slightly but it’s complex but wood is a renewable resource, it comes from sustainably managed forests. Wood pellets and compressed briquettes are made from by-products of the wood processing industry and so arguably it’s recycling waste.

Energy is essential for development, and sustainable energy is essential for sustainable development!

As the world population increases, so the demand for energy to power our homes, businesses, and communities also increases. Innovation and expansion of renewable sources of energy are key to maintaining a sustainable level of energy and protect our planet from climate change. Renewable energy sources make up 26% of the world’s electricity today, but according to the International Energy Agency (IEA), its share is expected to reach 30% by 2024. In 2020, the UK hit a new amazing renewable energy milestone. On Wednesday 10th June, the country celebrated two months of running purely on renewable energy for the first time. This is a great step in the right direction for renewables.

According to my perspective, we must adopt renewable sources of energy because these are endless, the initial cost of installation is high but if we focus on the amazing output of these energy resources we’ll achieve much greater benefits of these energy resources.

I think the cost of energy will come down when we make this transition to renewable energy.

About the Author: Aimen Izhar is employed at Allied school. She is a Green Blogger and an Environmentalist. She wants to change herself first before changing the world.

Editor Name: Amina Shahzadi