The worldwide consumption of the fossil fuel turns out to be a destructive and irreversible phenomenon on earth. Predictions showed that the fossil energies will gradually reach their end since they are nonrenewable, quite finite and this could lead to a tremendous catastrophe for the entire planet. Despite that fact, most of the developed countries rely on nuclear and fossil fuels to meet their respective energy demands. Instead of diversifying their energy sources for their national security purposes, future generations are condemned to be borne in such a harsh environment that lacks energy independency. In other words, newly discovered diseases are now commonplace including breathing problems, skin cancer etc, due to clean water and clean air issues. Therefore, the Earth’s climate is under constant change. The inhabitants of Earth are fortunate enough to have in their energy midst other new and renewable sources that cannot be depleted on the human time scale such as solar, wind,geothermal, to mention but few that are undoubtedly capable of meeting our daily energy needs. Therefore, pushing towards them will help to alleviate some if not all the above mentioned problems.