Definitions for "Renewable Resource"
Sources of electricity, such as photovoltaic (PV) solar, wind, geothermal, and hydroelectric. Fuel sources such as ethanol, biodiesel, biomass (methane), and wood. A resource is considered renewable if it can be naturally replenished. Renewables generally have lower environmental impacts than non-renewables.
A resource that can be replenished through natural processes within a human life span, if it is soundly managed.
an inexhaustible resource like solar energy or a resource that can be renewed by a man-made or a natural cyclical process (Bog iron is a renewable resource.)
Keywords:  coal, forever, fuel, hydrocarbons, oil
a fuel source that can provide energy for man forever if man takes care of it
An energy source that provides an alternative to oil, gas or coal for the generation of electricity.
is a fuel source to a generator that uses alternate energy sources other than hydrocarbons (oil, gas, or coal) to produce electricity.