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  • Renewable energy is electricity that is produced from sources that replenish themselves naturally. This includes wind, sunlight (solar), landfill and agricultural waste (biomass), the heat of the earth (geothermal), and eligible hydro-electric facilities. These renewable sources of electricity have less impact on the environment than traditional methods of electricity generation, which includes burning fossil fuels such as coal, oil, and natural gas. Natural gas and coal, for example, are not renewable because their use consumes gas and coal reserves at a much quicker rate than they are replenished.
  • Energy that comes from natural resources, such as sunlight, wind, moving water, and geothermal heat
  • Is converted into electricity¬†Using Existing technology
  • Electricity is then sold to corporations, governments, utilities, universities via
    long-term contracts