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 Is coal a renewable energy source?

Answer According to the United States Energy Information Administration, renewable energy sources are those which can be replaced in a short period of time. Coal is not a renewable energy source because o... Read More »
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Is coal considered a renewable source?

Coal is not a renewable energy resource. The definition of a renewable resource is one that can be replenished in the same time it takes to consume. By this definition, coal isn't renewable: It can... Read More »
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Which non-renewable source is the nation's second leading source of energy?

According to the United States Energy Information Administration, natural gas is the second leading source of energy, accounting for 24 percent of energy in 2008. In third is coal which accounts fo... Read More »
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Is waste to energy a renewable source of energy?

The U.S. Energy Information Administration classifies waste-to-energy production as part of biomass energy production, which covers energy from organic materials such as wood, crops, garbage and al... Read More »
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What other renewable energy is there besides oil, coal&natural gas?

Oil, coal and gas (as well as uranium, used for nuclear power) are examples of nonrenewable energy, or energy sources that cannot be replenished once they have been depleted. In contrast, renewable... Read More »
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