Energy Mix between Renewable Energy and Nuclear Energy

Yousry E. M. Abushady



Energy is the backbone of any development in any State. Renewable Energy (wind, solar and biomass) appears currently as a major strategic energy source for a sustainable development particularly for developing or under developing societies. Use of renewable Energy will challenge major technological changes, by achieving energy production and saving. In particular by replacing fossil fuel, a significant cut of environmental impact and green house gas emission (GHG) could be achieved. In addition Renewable Energy could offer a sustainable development for different societies particularly those in rural area (e.g. desert or isolated islands). The significant technical renewable energy tool developments in developed States could be much easier to be transferred to or copied in developing States .


Energy, Renewable Energy, Nuclear Energy

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