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1. Sources:

2. What is renewable energy?

2.1. Renewable energy is generated from sources that naturally replenish themselves and never run out.

2.1.1. If we compared the fossil energy with the renewable energy, it is possible to say that the renewable one is better, since it does not contaminate the environment and in spite of the fact that some types of fossil energy are more efficients is better to not contaminate our planet.

2.2. For example :

2.2.1. Sunlight, geothermal heat, wind, tides, water, and various forms of biomass.

3. Benefits:

3.1. Combat the climate change

3.1.1. No create direct Greenhouse gas emitions

3.2. Don't produce polluion

3.3. The renewable sources never run out

3.4. Renewable facilites cost very little to operate

4. Disandvantages:

4.1. The renewable energy sources don't generate the same power on the same large scale as fossil fuels

4.2. The construccion of he renewable machines can discrup wildlife and migrations

4.3. The renewable energy need wind and sunlight , but their are intermittent (that seams that this sourses do not appear usually)

4.4. The batteries are expensive and can't store excess energy

5. Concluion:

5.1. The renewable energy offers and environmenally friendly alternative and with the new technology the renewable energy is more accessible and efficient. And also wiht this energy we can prevent the climate change and greenhouse effect.

6. What is renewable energy - Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA)

7. What is Renewable Energy?

8. Renewable Energy 101 | National Geographic