| Clean energy offers a cost-effective way to meet
our nations growing demand for electricity and natural
gas while reducing emissions of air pollutants and greenhouse
gases, lowering consumers energy bills, and improving the reliability
and security of our energy system. Today it has become mandatory
to Protect Air and Water - as its the only way we can protect
Man. These days, consumers have the ability and the interest
to invest in clean energy. Clean energy includes energy efficiency
and clean energy supply options like highly efficient combined
heat and power and renewable energy.
Air and Water, Protect Earth"
|Energy conservation is the practice of
decreasing the quantity of energy used while achieving a similar
outcome. This practice may result in increase of financial capital,
environmental value, national security, personal security, and
human comfort. Individuals and organizations that are direct
consumers of energy may want to conserve energy in order to
reduce energy costs and promote economic, political and environmental
sustainability. Industrial and commercial users may want to
increase efficiency and thus maximize profit.
On a larger scale, energy conservation is an important
element of energy policy. In general, energy conservation
reduces the energy consumption and energy demand per capita,
and thus offsets the growth in energy supply needed to keep
up with population growth. This reduces the rise in energy
costs, and can reduce the need for new power plants, and energy
imports. The reduced energy demand can provide more flexibility
in choosing the most preferred methods of energy production.
By reducing emissions, energy conservation is an important
part of lessening climate change. Energy conservation facilitates
the replacement of non-renewable resources with renewable
energy. Energy conservation is often the most economical solution
to energy shortages, and is a more environmentally benign
alternative to increased energy production.
News - Energy Conservation
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