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Where does ground level ozone come from?

Ground-level ozone is a colorless and highly irritating gas that forms just above the earth’s surface. It is called a “secondary” pollutant because it is produced when two primary pollutants react in sunlight and stagnant air. These two primary pollutants are nitrogen oxides (NOx) and volatile organic compounds (VOCs).

Which of the following is a primary air pollutant produced from burning coal?

Carbon dioxide (CO2), which is the primary greenhouse gas produced from burning fossil fuels (coal, oil, and natural gas)

Which three sources supply the majority of commercial energy in the world today?

Fossil fuels are the main major sources of global commercial energy for their relative cheapness and efficiency, but environmental concerns over these sources have many countries looking to other sources such as renewable energy and nuclear energy as fuel.

What is the commercial source of energy?

Commercial energy Non-commercial energy
Commercial energy is energy which is available to the users at some price. Non-commercial energy is energy which is available free of cost to the users.
For example, coal, petroleum, natural gas and electricity. For example, fire wood, agricultural waste, cow dung.

What is the main source of commercial energy production?

Introduction to Energy Sources The most commercialized forms of commercial energy sources are electricity, coal, and advanced petroleum products. They are used for electricity generation on the basis of industrial, agricultural, transportation, and commercial development of the different countries of the modern world.

Which sector produces highest percentage of electricity which is being consumed in our daily lives?

The gross electricity consumption in FY2019 was 1,208 kWh per capita. In FY2015, electric energy consumption in agriculture was recorded as being the highest (17.89%) worldwide.

What is gain energy?

Net Energy Gain (NEG) is a concept used in energy economics that refers to the difference between the energy expended to harvest an energy source and the amount of energy gained from that harvest.

What are the major sources of commercial energy worldwide?

Major sources of commercial energy worldwide are Oil, Coal, and Gas. Nuclear power along with Hydropower, and wind power is not used as much. Data is presented in terms of commercial energy because it does not include energy collected for personal use or traded in informal markets.