Is solar energy renewable or sustainable?

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    Solar energy is considered both renewable and sustainable.

    Renewable energy sources are those that are replenished naturally and won’t run out over time. Solar energy is renewable because it comes from the sun, which is a virtually limitless source of energy. The sun’s energy will continue to be available as long as it continues to shine, making it an abundant and renewable source of energy.

    Sustainable energy sources are those that can be used without depleting or damaging the natural environment, and that can be sustained over time. Solar energy is sustainable because it doesn’t produce greenhouse gases or other harmful pollutants that can damage the environment, and it doesn’t rely on the depletion of non-renewable resources like fossil fuels.

    Solar energy can be harnessed using a variety of technologies, such as photovoltaic (PV) panels or solar thermal systems, to convert the sun’s energy into usable forms of power, such as electricity or heat. These technologies are becoming increasingly efficient and cost-effective, making solar energy a practical and sustainable option for meeting our energy needs.

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