Solar Power Analytical Essay by Neatwriter

Solar Power
An argument in favor of a massive solar campaign in America.
# 62285 | 2,242 words | 13 sources | MLA | 2004 | US


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This paper discusses the significance of the necessary change from fossil fuel to clean, renewable energy in America. The paper explores the extensive damage caused the environment and highlights the crucial need for action. The paper describes a four-stage plan to be implemented in order to increase the usage of solar power. The advantages and benefits of the plan are outlined. The paper explains what could happen if leadership in Washington D.C. does not implement the plan.

Outline
The Resolution
Change From Fossil Fuel to Clean, Renewable Energy
Consequences of Not Implementing the Plan
The Plan
Wind Power
Conclusion

From the Paper:

"Because the U.S. leads the world in the production of greenhouse gases (in particular, CO2) that are released into the atmosphere and contribute to the present climate change known as global warming, a plan of action is needed. The continuing sharp rise in the temperature of the air and of the oceans is a phenomenon that is presently causing serious problems world wide. This warming trend may, according to empirical research, lead to catastrophic, unprecedented destruction.
So, the way to resolve this most challenging of all global environmental issues, is through the implementation of a very comprehensible and pragmatic four-fold plan of attack: a) begin a massive phase-in of an energy conservation program (insulating houses, teaching people to use less energy); b) launch a major federally-mandated private/public partnership push towards the installation of solar-powered technologies in homes and businesses; c) as new and renewable energy sources come online, and energy conservation reduced the need for additional energy sources, begin the inevitable phase out of existing centralized fossil-fuel energy generating plants; d) stop building new fossil-fuel plants, and re-train coal-and-oil-fired energy workers as retrofitters of energy-saving hardware - and solar technologies - for millions of American homes."

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