Towards Sustainable Future: Exploring Renewable Energy Solutions and Environmental Impacts

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Dr. Satya Subrahmanyam
Dr. Danielle Khalife
Dr. Hani El-Chaarani


The shift towards a low-carbon society relies on electrifying Renewable Energy Sources (RES). Energy projects have led to an increase in social divisiveness in certain countries. Hence, worldwide, governmental, and legislative entities - local, geographic, national, and global - exhibit significant apprehension over the environmental consequences and risk elements that shape the energy paradigms. Therefore, to mitigate and restrict the problems related to environmental insecurity, the globe must take prompt and efficient measures to safeguard the climate for a more promising future. It must actively seek alternate energy options while decreasing its reliance on petroleum-based energy sources. In light of this pressing matter, this research aims to showcase the capabilities of several RES, such as wind, solar, hydroelectric, and biomass. The research briefly summarizes energy-related issues and prospects, followed by a comparative analysis of RES and non-RES. A comprehensive overview of several Sustainable Energy Sources (SES), such as wind, solar, hydroelectricity, and biomass, is provided, accompanied by pertinent illustrations and statistical data on the global energy potential of each source. The paper addresses risk factors, offers closing observations, and presents future guidance in its final sections.

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Dr. Satya Subrahmanyam, Dr. Danielle Khalife, & Dr. Hani El-Chaarani. (2024). Towards Sustainable Future: Exploring Renewable Energy Solutions and Environmental Impacts. ACTA INNOVATIONS, 51, 15–24.

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