Is Electrical Energy Renewable?

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Renewable energy is energy that comes from natural resources and is sustainable, or inexhaustible. Renewable energy sources include wind, sunlight, geothermal heat, and water sources (rain, tides, dams). Electricity is a secondary source of energy. That means it depends on another primary source. Electric can be generated from renewable or exhaustible sources (like coal or oil). Secondary sources of energy are not called renewable or exhaustible, but instead are sometimes called energy carriers.
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