Bridgelink brings together community, landowners, and resources to develop world-class projects to reduce the carbon footprint.
There is widespread scientific support for using renewable energy, particularly solar and wind. These systems provide electricity without giving rise to any carbon dioxide emissions. Harnessing these for electricity depends on the cost and efficiency of the technology, which is constantly improving, thus reducing costs per peak kilowatt and per kWh at the source.
Utilizing electricity from solar and wind in a grid becomes problematic at high levels for complex, yet well-demonstrated reasons: supply does not correspond with demand.
Back-up generating capacity is required due to the intermittent nature of solar and wind. System costs escalate with an increasing proportion of variable renewables.
Policy settings to support renewables are generally required to confer priority in grid systems and subsidize them. Some 50 countries have these provisions. Utilizing solar and wind-generated electricity in a stand-alone system requires a corresponding battery or other storage capacities.
The future possibility of large-scale use of hydrogen to transport fuel increases the potential for both renewables and base-load electricity supply.
Bridgelink Power has an outstanding team to evaluate land, use environmental constraints, and involve the community to make renewable projects a reality.
We’re actively updating our renewable energy projects map.
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