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Pros and cons of various types of fuels

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Discuss the following topics:

1. The law of conservation of energy with an explanation of how this law applies to energy use and energy conversions.

2. The pros and cons of the following:

â?¢fossil fuel: oil, natural gas, and coal
â?¢nuclear energy
â?¢Solar energy
â?¢Wind power
â?¢Water (hydro) power
â?¢Bioconversion (biofuel)
3. Research and discuss two provisions of the Energy Policy Act, 2005, including the possibility of tax incentives.

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The solution discusses the various pros and cons of different sources of energy including renewable sources. It also discusses the provisions of Energy policy Act 2005

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