Green Technology

1875 words 8 pages
Green Technology
INF 103 Computer Literacy
Carolyn Hughes
February 20, 2012

ABSTRACT
There are many things in this world that are ever evolving in technology, from vehicles, television, cell phones, and even green technology. Some of us might not be too familiar with green; however, most people use green technology without even knowing the difference. The following will address questions concerning green technology. 1. What is green technology? 2. What advantages and disadvantages does green technology have? 3. What are the important focuses of green technology? 4. How can Green technology can be profitable? 5. What are the important facts about green technology?

6. What is the future of going green?
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If solar energy is being used and the sun is covered, the emergency generators will be activated and use up the energy that was stored from previously sunny days”.
According to the green technology and global market (2012) BCC Research predicts that the global market for energy-efficient technologies will grow at an aggregated compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 9.2% for the 5-year forecast period of 2010-2015, from $200 billion in 2010 to $311.7 billion by 2015, compared to $331 billion for renewable energy.
What are the important facts about using green? By using green energy, wind, solar, geothermal, hydropower, those sorts of things, those are what we call different types of green energy because they are non I'm going to call them non-invasive because they do not disrupt our environment, they actually help to improve it by not creating CO2 emissions and that's where were going. If wind turbines need more space, they can be installed near the coast instead of putting these on land. (Elise M., 2010)
According to Elise, M. (2010) a study shows that you can generate more electricity while these are placed out in the ocean water. In fact, research is ongoing to try and harness other means to generate the power we need. Power is generated by harnessing the different temperatures in the water. It is currently being used on a small scale both in Japan and Hawaii however if may have a lot promise.
There are different types of green

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