Non-Renewable Sources of Energy

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What are the Non-renewable sources of energy?

The non-renewable source of energy is its name suggested to those sources of energy which are not renewable after using or consuming it. These sources will not be replenished in our lifetimes. Some non-renewable energy sources fossil fuels: coal, petroleum, algae, natural gas, plants, etc.

When did people start using a less non-renewable source of energy?

People tend to use a less non-renewable source of energy when they are able to find renewable sources of energy at economical prices and comfortably. Furthermore, awareness plays a vital role in less consumption of non-renewable sources of energy.

Where are use the highest percentage of renewable energy use?

The only country in the world is Iceland that gets 100% of the energy from nonrenewable resources. Iceland uses 87% of energy from hydropower and the rest 13% energy from geothermal power. Costa Rica is also among the top countries which obtain 99 % energy from non-renewable resources,

Who uses less Non-Renewable Sources of Energy?

Costa Rica is the top country that obtains 99% energy from renewable resources, from hydroelectric, geothermal, and wind, and only 1% energy from non-renewable resources.

Why do we still use non-renewable resources?

We still use non-renewable resources because we are unable to fulfill the demands of the current lifestyle from renewable sources of energy at an economical level. Hence, we have no other option but to use non-renewable resources.

How can we conserve non-renewable sources of energy?

We can conserve non-renewable sources of energy by increasing the consumption of renewable sources of energy and decreasing the consumption of non-renewable sources of energy.

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