Solar Energy Advantages

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Sunlight is an alternative energy source that could be used as a primary form of power supplying, especially in a country like Saudi Arabia, where the sun is out for most of the year. Solar power is an alternative form of energy that is being adopted around the world. Solar panels refer to a panel designed by using photovoltaic cells to absorb the sun’s rays as a source of energy for producing electricity or heating. Photovoltaic cells or solar cell are the electric device that covers the energy of light directly into electricity by the photovoltaic effect, which is the creation of voltage or current in a material when exposed to light. In this paper, I’m going to discuss how this product imported from the U.S. will be
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The United States economy is considered a “mixed economy”. It is a combination of a free market economy and a command economy. A mixed economy is an economy in which certain sectors of the economy are left to private ownership and free market mechanisms while other sector have significant state ownership and government planning. The government essentially controls almost all goods and services operated in the country. The United States is one of the largest trading nations in the world in both exports and imports. Some of their export goods include machines, engines, industrial supplies as well as consumables (food, beverages etc.). Canada (19.3%), China (7.6%), Mexico (14.8%), Japan (4.1%), and the United Kingdom (3.3%) are main export partners of the U.S. As for imports, 80% of all U.S. imports are goods, which includes industrial machinery and equipment, oil and petroleum products, and consumer …show more content…
The United States constitution is the supreme law of America; it creates a federal state of government. The constitution gives specific powers to the federal (national) government. All power not given to the federal government remains with the states. Each of the states has its own separate constitution, legal codes, governmental structure, and judiciary. The United States is a member of the World Trade Organization (WTO), meaning that it abides to every trade policy the WTO sets. As of members of the organization, the law of the United States contains an independent branch of law that deals with international