Population growth and economic development in many parts of the world has brought serious environmental concern, because most energy generation processes emit pollutants, many of which are dangerous to the ecosystem. These primary energy generation methods require the burning of fossil fuels which results in the release of large amounts of greenhouse gases, particularly carbon dioxide. Current energy research shows that renewable energy systems are a global warming mitigation option, especially for residential purposes, as they can help reduce greenhouse gas emissions
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