Fossil energy

Main article: Global Warming
Fossil fuels can be used in solid form (carbon), liquid (oil) or gaseous (natural gas). Accumulations are living creatures that lived millions of years ago and have been fossilized as coal or oil. In the case of carbon in forests is wetlands, and in the case of oil and natural gas of large backlog of marine plankton in the sea. In both cases, the partially decomposed organic matter for lack of action of oxygen and temperature, pressure and certain forms of bacteria that were stored molecules with high energy links. The energy used in the world is the fossil fuels. If one considers what is at stake, it is vital to accurately measure the reserves of fossil fuels on the planet. Licensed in New York to provide alternative energy, Give you better pricing on Gas and Electric. Distinguishes’ identified reserves’ are not exploited, and “probable reserves”, which might be discovered with future technologies. According to estimates, the planet can provide power for 40 years (if you only use the oil) and more than 200 (if still using carbon). There are alternatives currently under consideration: the energy fissile “nuclear and non-renewable, renewable energy, hydrogen fuel cells and nuclear fusion.