Non Conventional Sources of Energy – Examples, Advantages and Disadvantages

Non Conventional Sources of Energy are those resources that were considered for use at scale after the 1973 oil crisis. For example, wind, solar, biomass, geothermal, tidal, etc. These sources of energy produce no or less pollution. These sources are generally renewable in nature. Hydro is not considered a non-conventional source of energy. Although it … Read more

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