SCI 275 WK 8 Assignment Energy Resource Plan

SCI 275 WK 8 Assignment Energy Resource Plan - Energy...

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Click to edit Master subtitle style Energy Conservation Plan Jason Renaud Axia College of University of Phoenix
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Overview Energy Conservation Renewable and Non-Renewable Energy Why should we conserve energy? How can we conserve energy?
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Click to edit Master subtitle style Energy conservation is the practice of reducing the quantity of energy used while achieving a similar outcome (NTC, 2010).
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Renewable Energy is the unlimited supply of natural energy that can be reused without the threat of its natural sources ever running out (Clean Energy Ideas, 2010). Non-renewable Energy is energy that comes from a source that with continued use over time, can potentially becomes depleted regardless of how it is managed (Think Quest 2010). Renewable and Non-Renewable Energy
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Click to edit Master subtitle style Reduce utility and energy costs Reduce global warming Promotes a healthier environment Why should we conserve energy?
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How can we conserve energy? Weatherize the home
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