Obviously there’s a degree to which this is subjective, but ultimately it comes down to relying on energy that is renewable – that is to say, energy that doesn’t depend on some other finite resource’s existence in order to happen.
In a perfect world, everything would be wind, solar and geothermal because the air, the sun and the Earth aren’t going anywhere (and, if they do, we’ll all have bigger problems) and we can always count on them. Indeed, good use is starting to be made of solar panels and wind turbines, but unfortunately as of yet it’s not financially or practically feasible for these to be fullscale solutions and thus other more moderate options like hybrid technology and nuclear energy. While these solutions aren’t quite as renewable as the others, they at least have the benefit of not hurting the Earth near as badly as fossil fuels.
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