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Introduction

In recent year , burning of fossil fuels


becomes the big problem in the world,
we should use the renewable energy to
replace them, lets see the details of
non-renewable and renewable energy.

non-renewable energy

Non-renewable resource is a resource


that does not renew or cannot be replaced.
The original organic material, with the aid
of heat and pressure, becomes a fuel such
as oil or gas. Fossil fuels such as coal , and
natural gas also is non-renewable resources.

non-renewable energy
The formation of non-renewable energy
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Millions of years ago, dead sea organisms, plants and


animals settled on the ocean floor and in the porous rocks.
With time, sand, sediments settled on the organic matter,
trapping its' energy within the porous rocks. That formed
pockets of coal, oil and natural gas.
Earth movements and rock shifts creates spaces that force
to collect these energy types into well-defined areas. With
the help of technology, engineers are able to drill down into
the sea bed to tap the stored energy, which we commonly
know as crude oil.

non-renewable energy
The formation of non-renewable energy

non-renewable energy

The good thing about fossil fuels is:


Unlike many renewable sources of energy, fossil fuels are relatively
less expensive to produce. This is probably why it is in higher
demand as it tend to cost less.
The bad thing about fossil fuels is:
Fossil fuels are made up mainly of carbon. When they are burned
(used) they produce a lot of carbon compounds (carbon dioxide and
other greenhouse gases) that hurt the environment in many ways.

Renewable energy

Renewable energy is generally defined as


energy that comes from resources which are
naturally replenished on a human timescale
such as sunlight, wind, rain, tides, waves and
geothermal heat.

Hydroelectric energy

A river fills a lake


behind a dam.
Water flowing down
from the lake turns
generators.

Hydroelectric energy

Advantage :
Does not depend on costs of uranium, oil,
ext No greenhouse effect.
Disadvantage :
Expensive to build. Few areas of the world
are suitable.

Tidal energy

It is a form of hydropower
that converts the energy of
tides into useful forms of
power - mainly electricity.

Tidal energy

Advantage :
There is no effect on environment.
Disadvantage :
Expensive to build and few areas of the
world are suitable.

Wind energy

Generators
are driven by
the turbines
and produce
electricity.

Wind energy

Advantages :

1. Wind energy is friendly to the surrounding


environment, as no fossil fuels are burnt to
generate electricity from wind energy.

2. Newer technologies are making the extraction


of wind energy much more efficient. The wind
is free, and we are able to cash in on this free
source of energy.

Wind energy

Disadvantages :
Wind power is down to the winds unreliability
factor. In many areas, the winds strength is too
low to support a wind turbine or wind farm, and
this is where the use of solar power or geothermal
power could be great alternatives.

Overview Of The Wind Energy


Advantages And Disadvantages

So there we have the main advantages


and disadvantages of wind power on
the surrounding environment, and the
general reliability of wind turbines.

Conclusion

Burning fossil fuels causes pollution.


Many people think that we should be
less wasteful with energy. There are
many methods to reduce energy, such
as using public transport, manufacturing
goods that last longer, recycling more
waste materials and so on.

IMPRESSION

After finishing this project, we know


more information about two kinds of
energy, renewable and non-renewable
energy and we think we have to save
our energy from now. Its because some
energies are expensive to extract and
some are limited.