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    • ENERGYWhat’s up with non-renewable sources? And what are the alternatives?
    • Different forms (types) of energy
    • Are all forms of energy as useful?(or are some more useful than others?)• What is the least useful form of energy?• What is the most useful form of energy?
    • Different forms (types) of energy
    • But, why iselectricity so important?
    • Non-Renewable Energy Sources
    • Non-Renewable Energy Sources
    • Non-Renewable Energy Sources
    • Non-Renewable Energy Sources
    • So, why do we need them?Why is oil and coal and gas so important?
    • Power Stations
    • When will they run out?Based on current use, current world populationand current rate at which we have been findingnew reserves• Coal 119 years (2128)• Natural Gas 63 years (2072)• Crude Oil 46 years (2055)
    • BUT – wait a minute!
    • The use of these is increasingThe world’s population is risingWe are not finding new reserves asquickly as we used to
    • When might they run out?• Coal 119 years (2128) 37 years (2049)• Natural Gas 63 years (2072) 26 years (2038)• Crude Oil 46 years (2055) 21 years (2033) How old will you be in 37 years?
    • So what is the alternative?What we need is aFuel-not-run-out-inator
    • Fuel-not-run-out-inator
    • Why else are “fossil fuels” a problem?
    • So what is the alternative?
    • So what is the alternative?
    • So what is the alternative?
    • So what is the alternative?
    • So what is the alternative?
    • Why are these “renewable”?