Renewable Energy

This refers to energy that comes from natural sources that can be replenished or renewed. These energy sources are considered sustainable because they are naturally replenished at a faster rate than they are consumed. Essentially it’s like using energy that won’t run out. Renewable energy sources include sunlight (solar energy), wind, water (hydroelectric power), biomass (organic matter), and geothermal heat (energy from the earth’s internal heat). These sources are abundant in nature and can be harnessed to generate electricity or provide heat for various purposes.