Sustainable energy
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Sustainable energy is the state of energy resources and their consumption, which ensures that current energy needs are met without compromising the energy needs of future generations. Sustainable energy doesn’t harm the environment (or at most, there is a minimal risk), increase climate change or cost a heavy price.

Examples of sustainable energy sources include wind, solar and water (hydropower). All of which can be considered inexhaustible and widely available to almost everyone. Geothermal energy can also be included as a sustainable alternative energy source, as it creates usable energy from the planet’s internal energy sources.

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