Global warming, depletion of mineral resources and pollution are all things that concern mankind today. For this reason, we are forced to turn to renewable energy sources. Thus, here are some advantages of renewable energies.

They are inexhaustible

The consequences, which could not be more awful, of the old energy sources as well as the risk of depletion have forced humanity to turn to renewable energy sources. The risk of running out of electricity or gas one day has prompted a switch to other, more sustainable energy sources.
These new energy sources, as their names indicate, are inexhaustible and can be used for several cycles without running out. For example, we can look at solar energy which requires sunlight or wind energy which is produced by wind dams thanks to the wind.

They are environmentally friendly

Unlike non-renewable energies such as gas, oil or thermal energy, green energies are less polluting for the environment. However, while the construction of a hydroelectric dam or wind farm requires materials such as lithium, rare earths or batteries, they are still less polluting than non-renewable energies.

Renewable energy is safe

Fossil energies are first of all very dangerous for the human organism, then for the environment. Moreover, the power plants in Chernobyl, Fukushima or Hazelwood in Australia are proof that these installations are very dangerous.
Unlike non-renewable energy plants, renewable energies are safer and more reliable. Moreover, even in the event of a serious incident at renewable energy production sites, they are not as devastating as we have seen with thermal energy.

They are decentralised

One of the advantages of green energy is that it is accessible to everyone and from everywhere. Indeed, we cannot install large gas or electricity plants everywhere. This justifies the importance of renewable energy.
In addition, in remote and hard-to-reach areas where it would be difficult to connect these areas to the electricity grid, one can always install wind dams or use solar energy to produce energy locally and supply the houses in that locality.