Renewable energy

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Renewable energy is a type of energy that is obtained from natural, inexhaustible sources, such as the sun, wind, water and heat from the earth. Renewable energy is considered a sustainable source of energy because it does not lead to the depletion of natural resources and does not produce greenhouse gas emissions, unlike non-renewable sources of energy, such as oil, gas, and coal.

Renewable energy sources can be used to meet a variety of energy needs, such as electricity production, building heating, and transportation. Adopting renewable energy sources can help to reduce environmental impact, increase resource efficiency, and promote long-term sustainability. However, the adoption of renewable energy sources can involve technical and financial challenges and may require the adoption of policies and incentives to support the development and use of these energy sources.