Renewable Energy derived from resources that are naturally regenerative or are practically inexhaustible, such as biomass, heat (geothermal, solar, thermal gradient), moving water (hydro, tidal, and wave power), and wind energy. Municipal solid waste may also be considered a source of renewable (thermal) energy.


The purposes of this research are:
a. To determine the most suitable renewable energy generation to be implemented in country from four obvious options available which are solar, wind, biomass and tidal wave.

b. To optimize renewable energy to reduce the production of harmful greenhouse gases and their impacts on land use, resources and ecosystems.

c. Focus more on environmental methods that may lead to new or improved methods of energy generation and improve energy security by exploring renewable energy sources, such as hydropower and battery operated generator.

[VIDEO] UBOG - Unlimited Battery Operated Generator [Part 1/2]

[VIDEO] UBOG - Unlimited Battery Operated Generator [Part 2/2]

d. Identifying feasible biofuels for the future and understanding the impacts of biofuels and bioenergy crops on the environment.

[VIDEO] Cassava Harvest