Renewable Energy

non renewable energy- is most commonly fossil fuels such as oil, gas and coal are all non renewable because we the human race are using the at a quicker rate than the world can create them non renewables cause green house gases which are carbon dioxide, methane, nitrous oxide, and ozone which all raise the temperature of the earths surface would be around -18 centre grade apposed to the 15 centre grade so with out green house gases would not be able to live on the earth but because we are continuing to pollute the world it is slowly amplifying the effect of the green house gases which are causing global warming which will raise sea level and in turn create climate change making boreal change to tropical
The definition of renewable is a natural resources of energy which is not depleted when used there are many forms of this being used today in things like wind turbine work by converting the kinetic energy of the wind into the electrical path way. as well as this hydroelectricity is a great source of renewable energy it works by crating man made reservoir and having a water wheel in a pipe using the kinetic energy of the water to push the wheel which then turn the kinetic energy into electrical were it is stored as chemical. there is also solar which converts the heat going through the radiation pathway into electrical where it is then stored chemical in a power station and the distributed to the people who need electricity. there are also many other forms of renewable electricity such as tidal, wave, wood and geothermal these are all less common forms of renewable energy.


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