Define Non Renewable Energy And Give Some Examples Of It

Non-renewable energy can be defined as the energy that is obtained and stored by using non-renewable resources. Non-renewable resources can be defined as the resources that occur naturally on the Earth and the rate at which its quantity is replenished is slower than the rate at which it is consumed. Therefore, non-renewable resources can be thought of as finite resources. Examples of non-renewable energy are the energy obtained by burning fossil fuels (such as the burning of coal and the burning of petroleum), the energy obtained by combusting natural gas, and the energy obtained from other naturally occurring fuel sources.

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