Which non-renewable source is the nation's second leading source of energy?

Answer 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 »

Is Oil an Renewable Energy Source?

The U.S. Energy Information Administration classifies oil, or petroleum, as a fossil fuel, which is a non-renewable energy source.DefinitionA renewable energy source is one that can be used indefin... Read More »

Are trees a renewable energy source?

Wood from trees is considered a renewable biomass energy source, according to the Mount Wachusett Community College. New trees can always be planted from seeds to replace ones that have been cut do... Read More »

Is natural gas a source of renewable energy?

Natural gas is not a source of renewable energy. It is classified as "nonrenewable," and, along with oil, coal and uranium, is one of the most common nonrenewable energy sources. Nonrenewable energ... Read More »