Green energy is mostly generated from natural energy resources which are renewable and do not produce greenhouse gases or any other kind of pollution. Green energy sources and renewable sources have a very important difference, which is often ignored. An energy source can be renewable but may not be green in nature, such as a few biomasses are considered as renewable but these are not green.
Green energy is very important for the environment as it replaces the fossil fuels and other conventional energy sources causing harm to the environment. In general, the green energy sources are local in nature, thus these are less affected by the geographical crisis, global price hikes in raw fuels, etc. Wind energy is renewable and green in nature as it comes from natural sources, it replenishes and it also does not cause emission of any pollutant. The several renewable energy sources must be managed carefully such that these can be labelled as “Green Energy” sources.