This renewable energy source, also referred to as hydroelectric power, produces electricity by harnessing the flow of water in dams, rivers, streams, and other structures. The movement of water through residential pipes, evaporation, rainfall, or ocean tides can all produce hydropower, even on a small scale.
The following three types of green energy vary in how "green" they can be produced. Proper management is also required for this renewable resource to actually count as a source of "Green Energy. Biomass power plants generate energy by burning wood waste, sawdust, and combustible organic agricultural waste. Although burning these materials results in greenhouse gas emissions, they are still far fewer than those from products with a petroleum base.