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Running head: ENERGY CONSERVATION 1 Energy Conservation Dustin Robison University of Phoenix
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Energy Conservation In today’s world energy conservation is an important issue being faced by everyone. When people put a true effort into energy conservation effects can be seen everywhere. By controlling the use of our resources, we can assure that we do not exhaust natural resources, or cause amounts to run low too fast. Also, managing energy used in our homes will help to lower the amount we use, which will ultimately lower the cost each individual will have to pay. Knowing the difference between nonrenewable and renewable resources is also very important. Renewable resources are resources that can be replaced as they are used up, and, by contrast, nonrenewable resources are resources that cannot be replaced as they are used up. Examples of renewable resources include solar power, wind power, biomass, hydropower, and thermal energy produced from the earth and ocean. Forms of nonrenewable resources include
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This note was uploaded on 04/24/2010 for the course SCI 275 SCI 275 taught by Professor Lee during the Spring '09 term at University of Phoenix.

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Week 8 Day 7 - Running head ENERGY CONSERVATION 1 Energy...

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