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definition of conventional and non-conventional energy resources

Asked by Anchal Bajpai(student) , on 1/9/13

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non conventional energy resources :

non conventional energy sources are those energy sources which are exposed to use from modern technologies advancements ; rather than the normal use of conventional fuels as energy sources like gas or oil.

Conventional energy resources :
Conventional sources are those sources of energy which are non - renewable and ecologically hazardous, for example - Coal, Petroleum, natural gas etc.
 
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Posted by virajrajpure...(student)on 16/9/12

 In simple words, Conventional Energy Sources are the energy sources which cannot be used again after using the resource OR which are non - recycleable OR one day or the other they may get exhausted. Eg: pertrol, diesel, and mineral oil. once we make use of these resources we cannot use them again. For eg: petrol we use in vehicles once used cannot get converted to liquify Pertroleum.

 

And for Non-Conventional Sources the defination is just opposite i.e. vice-versa. Eg; solar energy, wind energy ,etc. that is available in nature. solar energy can be used by us again and again.

Posted by Ayush(student)on 30/9/12

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Posted by Milan(student)on 5/11/13

Energy generated by using wind, tides, solar, geothermal heat, and biomass including farm and animal waste as well as human excreta is known as non-conventional energy. All these sources are renewable or inexhaustible and do not cause environmental pollution. More over they do not require heavy expenditure.

Posted by Amit(student)on 15/6/14

At present, there are several sources of renewable energy which are being tapped. These are commonly described as non conventional sources of eergy

Posted by Sunil Helwar(parent)on 25/6/14

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