I need to compile a list of renewable and three non-renewable energy sources. These energy sources should be located in the region of Southeast Asia. For each source of energy I need at least four advantages and four disadvantages of each renewable and non-renewable energy source.
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(If there isn't enough energy sources located in southeast Asia then choose another region of the world but all must be in the same region.)© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 24, 2018, 8:42 pm ad1c9bdddf
You have a lot of options for this assignment. Southeast Asia is a large area, and I can't think of any form of energy that wouldn't be available in some part of it. Of course if the whole region were entirely dependent on a certain source, there probably wouldn't be enough, and imports would be necessary. Here are some renewable options to consider:
Pros - Cost effective in terms of real estate with increasing population and land cultivation; can even be built off-shore
- Farming and grazing can still take place on land occupied by wind turbines.
- Useful in remote locations where electricity is not available
- No chemical byproducts
Cons -Difficult to create enough energy to sustain civilization
- Can negatively affect bird migration patterns and pose a danger directly to the birds
- Useful only in locations with regular wind
- Existing infrastructure does not support wind power
-Does not ...
Renewable energy sources in Southeast Asia
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