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 Green Power for Earth Day
Since methane gas has 20 times the potential than carbon dioxide as a greenhouse gas, we must capture this gas instead of releasing it into the atmosphere. One way this is being done today is by dairy farms trapping methane from cow manure and producing electricity – “Green Power”.
The thriller novel, “Green Power”, uses methane digesters for an alternate energy source. However, an epidemic implicates this power supply as the cause for a deadly disease.
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Hello Forum, Wow, IT's great. Green Power is useful for environmental benefit. Green power as electricity produced from solar, wind, geothermal, biogas, eligible biomass, and low-impact small hydroelectric sources. Switching to green power can help improve the environmental profile of your electricity use, while also providing other valuable benefits. Reduce the carbon footprint associated with your purchased electricity.


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