Renewable Energy Sources

January 2009
Energy for the Future;2009, p8
The article reports on renewable energy sources which won't run out. The renewable energy source that people use most is the sun. Other sources of renewable energy are wind, the ocean waves and tides, the force of water rushing down hills and mountains, and the burning of wood. If scientists can find ways to use these sources more often, then people wont be in danger of running out of energy and causing major damage to the planet.


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