Renewable Energy

Renewable energy is an energy source that can be obtained from natural sources and can be fortified permanently by nature. These sources can be listed as solar energy, wind energy, wave energy, geothermal energy, hydrolic energy, biomass energy. By the end of 2015, approximately 23.7% of the world’s electricity produced was produced using renewable energy sources.

Today, 80 percent of global energy is derived from fossil fuels. Renewable energy sources play the most critical role in reducing dependence on fossil fuels such as coal, oil and natural gas.

Solar Energy

All energy sources in our world are derived and derived from sunlight (petroleum, coal, wind, water cycle, etc.), but fossil resources have come to the extreme.


Wind Energy

Wind energy is the motion (kinetic) energy of the air current that forms the wind. A portion of this energy can be converted into useful mechanical or electrical energy.