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Energy Resources and Their Consumption

Energy Resources and Their Consumption
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Author(s): Harpreet Kaur Channi (Chandigarh University, India)
Copyright: 2022
Pages: 10
Source title: Applications of Nature-Inspired Computing in Renewable Energy Systems
Source Author(s)/Editor(s): Mohamed Arezki Mellal (M'Hamed Bougara University, Algeria)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-7998-8561-0.ch013


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Power is a significant cause of economic growth and crucial to the sustainability of the economy. Energy consumption is an indicator of a nation's economic growth. Economic growth is focused, among other aspects, on the long-term acquisition of affordable, existing resources, and their use does not pollute the environment. Industrialization serves economic growth and consumes energy. In 2018, 68% of total capital power was consumed by largest energy-intensive areas. When fossil fuel is the primary source of energy, energy consumption is positively correlated with ecosystem cleanliness. Fossil fuels account for more than 70% of the decent energy expectations of India and other economies. In this chapter, problems related to non-renewable energy sources are discussed, and emphasis is given to use more renewable sources.

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