How to make sustainable energy? As well as store sustainable energy ?

There are several ways to generate sustainable, or clean, energy:

  1. Solar energy: Solar panels can be installed on rooftops or in open spaces to capture the sun’s energy and convert it into electricity.
  2. Wind energy: Wind turbines can be installed in areas with strong, consistent winds to generate electricity.
  3. Hydroelectric energy: Water can be used to generate electricity through hydroelectric dams or smaller-scale systems such as microhydropower plants.
  4. Geothermal energy: Heat from the Earth’s interior can be harnessed to generate electricity through geothermal power plants.
  5. Biomass energy: Organic materials such as wood, agricultural waste, and even garbage can be burned to generate electricity or heat.
  6. Nuclear energy: Nuclear power plants generate electricity by using the heat produced from nuclear reactions to generate steam, which drives a turbine to produce electricity.

To store sustainable energy, there are several options, including:

  1. Batteries: Energy can be stored in batteries for later use. This is commonly done with solar panels, for example, to store excess energy generated during the day for use at night.
  2. Pumped hydro storage: This involves pumping water uphill to a reservoir when excess energy is available, and then releasing it downhill through a turbine to generate electricity when it is needed.
  3. Compressed air energy storage: Excess energy can be used to compress air, which can then be stored in underground caverns or tanks. The compressed air can be released to drive a turbine and generate electricity when it is needed.
  4. Flywheel energy storage: This involves using excess energy to spin a heavy wheel at high speeds. The kinetic energy of the spinning wheel can then be converted back into electricity when it is needed.
  5. Thermal energy storage: Heat generated from renewable energy sources can be stored in materials such as molten salt or ice for use when it is needed to generate electricity
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