It is already a no-brainer on the benefits of renewable energy resources to our planet and the society. It reduces reliance on energy resources that can cause pollution in all aspects. Aside from that, the wastes like ash from coal-fired industries and radioactive waste from nuclear power plants contribute to the volume of problematic trash to handle.
Having infrastructures that can harness the renewable energy resources are increasing and come in all sizes. Solar energy systems can be large like the solar farms or personalized for rooftop installations. Wind mills are truly massive structures that require constant wind, like those on the ocean shores, but there are now helix-shaped types installed on streetlights.
NDRC, or Natural Resources Defense Council, is continuing to push for more improvements to bring the benefits of renewable energy to numerous communities internationally. Policy-makers from progressive countries are trying to provide incentives on developing more efficient and effective systems while gradually straying away from the traditional power plant models.
Other nations are establishing flexible electric grids in which users can get collective energy from different energy resources. Also, consumers that have residential energy systems are encouraged to sell their excess stored energy to the grid.