3. ENERGY SOURCES. NON-RENEWABLE. RENEWABLE. SECUNDARY. Oil. Natural gas. Coal. Nuclear energy. Sun energy. Hydro energy. Wind energy. Sources of. Energy. CHAPTER. In Class IX, we learnt that the total energy during a physical or chemical process is conserved. Why, then, do we hear so. solar energy drove wind and rain, grew trees, and grew crops to nourish our animals and ourselves. All these energy sources were also renewable, since wind.
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