What are the renewable energy resources?

Renewable energy resources are any energy sources that are naturally replenished by our environment. More specifically, it is energy that comes from sunlight, wind, tides/rivers, or geothermal heat. It usually includes energy made out of biomass, including biofuels and hydrogen derived biologically, because much of that biomass’ energy comes from energy absorbed from sunlight which is a renewable resource. Some examples of renewable energy sources include geothermal heat pumps, hydroelectric power (dams), and transportation fuels (fuels that replace gasoline, biofuels).



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