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Solar And Wind Energy Leads to Environmental Waste in 2024

By Shubhendra Anand , 17 May, 2024

Renewable energy is considered as an alternative to fossil fuels. Nations are replacing fossil fuels with renewables to achieve sustainability in the environment. Renewable energy sources regulate specific sectors like electricity, transportation, and others. However, renewable energy can give rise to environmental waste, which is harmful to the environment. A study in 2024 shows that a surge in renewable energy gives rise to toxic waste.

Based on the survey, wastes generated from renewable energy will cause various health problems and environmental issues. The growing adoption rate of renewable energy is the leading cause to elevate the waste produced from renewables. The main reason behind the growing amount of waste from renewables is the increase in solar and wind energy usage. Solar panels and wind turbines are elevating the issue of waste management in 2024. The clean energy transition has led to increased solar and wind energy as an alternative to fossil fuels for electricity generation. However, the rise in waste from green energy sources creates problems. The waste produced from renewables leads to various health problems, too. The environment can be affected by the waste produced by renewables. Experts believe that if renewables' waste management is not done correctly, it can hinder clean energy transition.

The number of solar panels and wind turbines has increased due to the transition to clean energy in the past two years. However, these setups have shorter life spans and should be adequately discarded after use. Due to a lack of infrastructure, the discarded parts from solar panels and wind turbines are heaped in landfills. Thus, it leads to waste produced from sustainable materials. Globally, the countries are growing with solar and wind energy setups in 2024. Therefore, it is necessary to manage the waste produced from these renewable sources well to maintain sustainability.

Solar And Wind Energy Leads to Environmental Waste in 2024

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