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energy resources??

6 years ago


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Dear nitin,

Fossil fuels are the major source of energy on Earth. With the development of technology, the worlds consumption of the concentrated sources of energy like coal, petroleum and natural gas and uranium has increased. Very slow physical and chemical processes spread over many thousand years form these fuels. It is estimated that the use of non-renewable reserves of energy fuels at a faster rate than at which they are getting formed will deplete the fossil fuels within 30 - 40 years. Their fast depletion in such circumstances has come to be known as 'the energy crisis'.


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