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Petroleum and Solar Power
Transcript of Petroleum and Solar Power
-limited resource -Easy to store
-Easy to use Solar power Advantages Disadvantages Advantages and Disadvantages -No harmful effects on the environment
-Simple to gather -Doesn't work at night.
-Expensive to own If this were to be our primary way for generating electricity what effect would this have on individuals and the environment? If petroleum was our only source of electricity, then by now, we would run out of this source and smog would be covering the air. Also, many of the people living on earth would be deceased by now because of the lethal effects which result in brain and lung damage If solar power was our only source of electricity, then I'd say we'd be living very well because we could charge very large amounts of batteries for nights, storms, etc. Many people would be healthy and hardly any amounts of smog would be present. Petroleum Solar Power what recommendations would you make to local officials regarding the types of resources that could be used to generate electricity? What i would make local officials do regarding the types of resources that could be used to generate electricity is to make new laws concerning the health hazards caused from using fossil fuels and acts about conservation of fossil fuels [not because of risk of depletion but for hazards].