Good question. There is no universally agreed definition of “clean” energy but a lot of people would say solar, wind and tidal power - i.e. energy that comes from the Earth’s natural resources, such as sunlight, waves, wind and geothermal heat. These sources of power have two great advantages: they will never run out and, unlike oil, coal and gas, do not pollute the planet or cause dangerous climate change.
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It’s not always windy, is it? And, even on the sultriest summer day, the sun doesn't shine at night.
Of course, it’s better for the environment but it’s also much better for business.
So much of what people think they know about renewable energy is based on outdated information.