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Energy 1. Energy resources and their uses - a general survey and trends - comparing renewables and non-renewables

(includes Electricity section 7. methods of generating electricity, the biggest use of energy resources)

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1. Summary of energy resources & methods of generating electricity

2. Energy resources and uses: general global survey & global trends

3. Comparing renewable and non-renewable sources of energy

4. Summary of typical uses of energy - fuels, electricity etc.

5. Quick summary comparison of advantages and disadvantages of various energy resources, both renewables and non-renewable


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