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Renewable energy is made from resources that nature will replace. It’s also called clean energy because it doesn’t pollute the air or water or contribute to global warming.
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Natural gas isn't renewable because it is a fossil fuel, and is extracted from the earth through drilling. It's formed from the remains of plants and animals that died millions of years ago.
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Our Universe is made up of tiny invisible particles called atoms. The centre of an atom is called a nucleus – this is where nuclear power comes from.
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Iceland, the land of fire and ice, generates almost 100% of its electricity from renewables: 73% hydro and 26.8% geothermal!
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40% - 20% wind, 12% biomass and 6% solar.
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40% of the UK’s electricity was produced by wind turbines in 2019. Did you know we have the largest offshore wind farm in the world?
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Costa Rica's 99% renewable electricity is generated using five different clean sources – hydro power (78%) wind (10%) geothermal (10%) biomass and solar (1%)
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China has the largest wind capacity of any nation, however as of 2019 wind provided only 5% of China's power.
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It was built in Scotland by Professor James Blyth.
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The Mickey Mouse solar farm is located in Florida, USA, and the giant panda solar farm in China.
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Built by Max Bogl, the world's tallest wind turbine in Germany comes in at a whopping 899ft (246.5m) tall!
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It has been in steep decline over the last decade because of cheaper, cleaner options available.
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Biomass sources include food waste, poultry litter, wood, manure, and sewage waste!
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70% of the countries in the world including the UK, USA & China could run on energy created by wind, water and solar.
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Geothermal is heat that comes from inside the earth. Biomass and wind wouldn't be able to exist without the sun!
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India sees around 300 clear and sunny days in a year!
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Windmills were in use in Sistan, a region in Iran, as early as the mid-to-late 7th century.
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Solar power is the most abundant energy source on Earth!
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Wind energy is the fastest growing mode of electricity production across the planet.

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