Clean energy sources

Securing a stable and green energy supply by utilising a variety of clean energy sources

A paradigm shift is taking place on a global scale. We are witnessing a historic conversion of energy systems that are based on fossil fuels to ones powered by clean energy. Technological advancements, combined with a willingness to explore and exploit the potential of a diverse range of sources for their potential to generate and supply energy means that the number of clean energy options are expanding.

Wind energy, bioenergy, solar power and more experimental forms of clean energy such as wave power all have a role to play in a low-carbon world. When deciding which sources to use, a country’s climactic and geographical position obviously plays a role, as do considerations of which sources can provide the most efficient and secure supply at the lowest cost. For example, wind energy provides close to 50 percent of Denmark’s total energy consumption and onshore wind energy is the cheapest source of energy in the country.

No single clean energy source can power an energy system in isolation. The production of clean energy fluctuates, meaning a variety of sources should be used to support each other and thereby secure a stable energy supply. Danish companies are building hybrid wind, solar and battery facilities in locations as remote as Australia and bioenergy derived from anything from chicken litter to sugarcane helps balance the grid in Denmark, meaning the country has power 99.7 percent of the time.

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