Green energy and clean fuel are the future of the world. They offer a cleaner alternative to many of today’s energy sources. They’re easily replenished, good for the environment but are becoming economically viable as advancements take place.
What is green energy?
Green energy is any energy type that is generated from natural resources, such as sunlight, wind, or water. It often comes from renewable sources of energy. The key to these energy resources is that they don’t harm the environment through factors such as releasing greenhouse gases into the atmosphere.
Why is green energy important?
Fossil fuels emit carbon footprints which prove to be harmful to the environment, which is not the case with green energy. With more environment-friendly alternatives. Obtained from renewable resources, sources of green energy are often affordable, and clean, meaning that they emit no to fewer greenhouse gases.
Green energy can also lead to stable energy prices once the harnessing infrastructure is put in place. These sources are often curated locally and are not as affected by the geopolitical crisis, price hike, or supply chain disturbances.
The economic benefits of renewable energy also include job creation in building the facilities that often serve the neighborhoods where the workers are employed.
With the doorstep fuel distribution system, Repos is committed to building a distribution system for clean fuels of the future.
Due to the lack of distribution infrastructure for relatively clean fuels like LNG, CNG, biogas, etc. the end consumers find it difficult to have access to clean fuel.
Green energy, clean energy, renewable energy – what is the difference?
Many industries are reviewing green solutions for their businesses, but there’s still a slight confusion as to what these three mean and how they are different.
People often use these terms interchangeably, but while an energy source can be all of these things at once, it may also be significantly different. It can be renewable, but not green or clean – like some forms of biomass energy.
Green energy is one that comes from natural sources, such as the sun. Clean energy is the sort that does not release pollutants into the atmosphere, and renewable energy originates from sources that are continually being replenished, such as hydropower, wind power, or solar energy.
Renewable energy is often seen as being the same as green energy. But there is still considerable deliberation around this.
For instance, can a hydroelectric dam that redirects waterways and influences the local environment, in fact, be called green?
One thing to be noted here is, that, an energy source such as wind power is renewable, green, and clean, as it comes from an environmentally accomodating, self-replenishing, and non-polluting source.
Benefits of clean fuel
The most familiar transportation fuels in this country are petrol and diesel. But any number of energy resources are capable of powering the industry. This includes electricity, natural gas, alcohol, and propane.
Some fuels have properties that cause them to create less pollution as compared to conventional fuels. These fuels are called clean fuels.
Clean fuels have benefits that surpass their air quality advantages. New clean fuels in the marketplace give consumers new, affordable, and clean energy choices that could possibly curb our dependence on imported and conventional fuel.
- Clean fuels emit fewer hydrocarbons which makes them less toxic.
- Emissions from clean fuels can be 90% lower as compared to conventional fuel. This contributes to a reduction in toxic ozone-forming hydrocarbons.
- The use of clean fuels can also help to slow the atmospheric buildup of carbon dioxide.
- All this collectively contributes towards decreasing global warming.
- CNG as a clean fuel produces 20-30% fewer greenhouse gas emissions and 95% fewer tailpipe emissions than petroleum products.
- Clean fuels in general produced from biomass and natural gas result in less carbon dioxide buildup than conventional fuels.
Creating a delivery network for energy with a zero-carbon footprint is a great stride towards an environmentally friendly future and Repos is an active participant here.
Before we wind up
Repos is making way for the distribution of clean fuel by bridging the gap in supply and demand. Repos with its products is working towards bringing all energies to one digital platform and make it available for door-step delivery. The cutting-edge technology of Repos mobile petrol pump delivers fuel to your doorstep. Reach out to know more about the transformation in energy distribution.