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renewable energy

Renewable energy is any energy source that is naturally replenished, like that derived from solar, wind, geothermal or hydroelectric action. Energy produced from the refining of biomass is also often classified as renewable. Coal, oil or natural gas, on the other hand, are finite sources.

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Renewable energy refers to those type of energy that never deplete while using. In other words, they can be produced repeatedly in short period of time. They can be used again and again. These type of energy are available in an unlimited amount in nature. Some of the example of renewable energy are solar energy, hydro energy, geothermal energy, wind energy, biogas also called (gobar gas).
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