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Renewable Technologies: Producing the Power of Tomorrow, Today

Link to solar, wind, wave, biomass, landfill gas, and fuel cell technology

Renewable technologies produce electricity in ways that don't pollute the environment, and they use resources that never run out.
Renewable technologies represent alternatives to fossil fuels such as coal, oil and natural gas, which pollute the atmosphere, and to nuclear power, which creates radioactive waste that's difficult to dispose of.

Renewable technologies include solar, wind, wave/ocean, biomass conversion, landfill gas and fuel cells.

The power produced by renewable technologies is called "clean" power, because it doesn't produce the harmful emissions generated by burning fossil fuels.

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