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What is the difference between renewable and nonrenewable energy sources?

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Renewable energy sources can be regenerated but non-renewable energy sources cannot be regenerated like fossil fuel. Non-renewable energy sources are limited.

Examples of renewable energy sources are biofuel, biogas, hydropower, solar energy, wind energy, tidal energy, geothermal, wave energy, these are the examples of renewable energy sources.

Examples of non-renewable energy resources are oil, fuel, natural gas, coal, nuclear these are the examples of non-renewable energy sources.
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Renewable energy sources are non-perishable, and Non-renewable energy sources are perishable sources.

Non-Renewable energy sources are likeĀ  coal, oil,nuclear fuel etc.

Renewable energy sources are :- wind, solar, tidal, Geo thermal etc.

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