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Renewable energy sources today and tomorrow

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Renewable energy sources (RES) have significant potential to contribute to the economic, social and environmental energy sustainability of small islands. They improve access to energy for most of the population, they also reduce emissions of local and global pollutants and they may create local socioeconomic development opportunities. A majority of the communities around the world rely heavily on oil, natural gas and coal for their energy needs. These fuels draw on lots of resources that will eventually diminish, which in turn makes them too expensive or too environmentally damaging to recover. This review article discusses the advantages and disadvantages of renewable energies; therefore based on the benefits of these energy resources, the use of renewable energies, instead of, fossil fuels will be a good solution for the control of the environmental, social and economical problems of our communities.
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  • Department of Horticulture, Faculty of Environmental Management and Agriculture, West Pomeranian University of Technology, 17 Słowackiego Str., 71-434 Szczecin, Poland, Janusz.Wilas@zut.edu.pl
  • Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Koszalin University of Technology, 15-17 Racławicka Str., 75-620 Koszalin, Poland, robert.masniak@tu.koszalin.pl
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  • Department of Plant Genetic, Breeding and Biotechnology, West Pomeranian University of Technology, 17 Słowackiego Str., 71-434 Szczecin, Poland
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