Each type of renewable energy has its advantages and disadvantages.
As for solar and wind, on the one hand, it comes to relatively low capital and operating costs, as well as the simplicity and availability of free wind energy and solar radiation. On the other hand, we deal with unevenness, dependence on geographical location, weather conditions and time of day.
As for biogas energy, this, on the one hand, is a high utilization rate of installed capacity, the possibility of building-up and storage, as well as diversification of end products. On the other hand, it is referred to a high cost of capital and operating costs, irresistible dependence on the availability of raw materials, the accuracy of technological decisions and human factor.
The drone market and how it works
People quickly become accustomed to comfortable and effective innovative technologies that forever change the pace of life forever. Apparently, no one will surprise anyone with the use of micro-aircraft - quadcopter, drone, unmanned aerial vehicles, have become used everywhere - ranging from panoramic wedding photos, continuing to monitor agrarian lands and military secret missions. And everyone understood that it is convenient, safe and reliable for the user. At the same time, it is commercially profitable, since providing such services is an increasingly uncontested way to achieve the necessary goals. Let's try to figure out what the market for unmanned aerial vehicles in the world is today, how it develops, and what is the role of energy in it.
Last year, 500,000 solar panels were installed every day in the world. In China, two wind power plants are launched every hour. Future belongs to hybrid power systems. In our eyes, there is an unprecedented "green" revolution that will drastically change the power distribution in the energy market. And this is just the beginning, because the cost of wind turbines, and especially solar panels, is constantly decreasing.
Retrospective of consumption
The energy system of Ukraine, in its present form, was formed within the framework of the plans for the electrification of the republics of the former Soviet Union, and most of the generating capacities were put into operation in the second half of the 1970s, the first half of the 1980s of the twentieth century. The structure of the installed capacity of the grid is characterized by the presence of a large number of nuclear and thermal coal power plants, designed to work in the base mode and focused on covering the load of large industrial enterprises.
Electricity production by energy companies and Ukrainian thermal power plants in February 2018, million kWh