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- n. Plural form of nonrenewable.
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For nonrenewables we do not have the fallowing option.
The more we become dependent on nonrenewables the harder it will be to transition to other forms of energy.
The point is, lets conserve nonrenewables through rationing.
Unrestricted population growth is leading to the disappearance of nonrenewables and to an irreversible accumulation of solid, liquid and gaseous waste from industry, agriculture, humans and animals.
Investments in core clean energy, including nonrenewables, biofuels, and energy efficiency, decreased by seven percent in 2009, according to the report.
PV plants that link to the grid compete only on the cost of generation itself, because they incur the same transmission and distribution costs as generators running on fossil fuel and other nonrenewables.
It also calls for a new kind of flexibility, in which NEES will provide energy solutions tailored to individual customers’ energy and environmental needs, whether from renewable sources, like solar and wind energy, or nonrenewables, such as coal, oil, and natural gas.