Social , economical and environmental impacts of renewable energy systems

  title={Social , economical and environmental impacts of renewable energy systems},
  author={A. K. Akella and R. P. Saini and Mahaveer Prasad Sharma},
Conventional energy sources based on oil, coal, and natural gas have proven to be highly effective drivers of economic progress, but at the same time damaging to the environment and to human health. Keeping in mind, the social, economical and environmental effects of renewable energy system have been discussed in this paper. The uses of renewable energy system, instead of, conventional energy system, to control the social, economical and environmental problems have been discussed. The results… CONTINUE READING
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