Renewable energy is important for the progress of the human race as non-renewable sources eventually without functioning. Coal pollutes the environment by creating greenhouse gases and is not recycled. Nuclear power puts the lives of surrounding residents at great risk. In a case of nuclear pollution spill may last hundreds of years. In many large cities gasoline vehicles emit dangerous toxic gases. Most vehicles produced today are not electric. Unfortunately, most machinists still prefer cars that run on fuel and motorcycles that pollute the atmosphere.
Today, in countries such as Iceland, Tajikistan, Paraguay, Albania and Lesotho, 100% of all the energy generated comes from renewable sources. Unfortunately, in most countries the percentage of energy generated from renewable sources is much lower.
The objective of the Renewable Energy Society (RES) is to promote the generation of renewable energy and several finance renewable energy projects. Renewable energy will reduce greenhouse gases and fuel emissions. Renewable Energy Society works on the following projects:
- promotion of renewable energy via social media, websites, email newsletters, festival stalls, professional exhibition booths and market stalls,
- renewable energy research (our main project is Discrete Power Converter or DPC),
- sending renewable energy devices to third world countries,
- green lendings to entrepreneurs in third world countries via http://kiva.org website,
- Environmental Exhibitions to promote the environment and current environmental issues: http://enviroexhibitions.wixsite.com/home
Renewable Energy Society was started on 5 June 2012 to increase the percentage of power generated from renewable sources such as wind, solar, geothermal, bio-fuels, tidal power, wave power or hydro electricity. It began as a RMIT University project in which a team of five people were required to write a business plan and project plan for a company. At the end of the project the team leader, Dr Mark Glickman decided to register an organisation. The society was registered with eight members on 23 July 2012 in the state of Victoria, Australia. Those eight members included close family members of Dr Mark Glickman, some university project team members, and friends of Dr Mark Glickman in Australia and Philippines. National registration was approved on 3 August 2012.
Nowadays Renewable Energy Society has members in Australia, Philippines, India, Uganda, Russia, Canada, China, United States of America (USA), United Kingdom (UK) and Israel.
Nova Muscosa Amplayo
Calamba, Misamis Occidental, Philippines
Herminio Muscosa Amplayo
Oroquieta City, Misamis Occidental, Philippines
Ponciano Muscosa Amplayo
Pagadian City, Zamboanga del Sur, Philippines
Celso Muscosa Ampalayo
Cebu City, Cebu, Philippines