Renewable power plants use established technologies to convert the energy from natural resources—the sun, wind, moving water, and geothermal heat—into electricity. Electricity is then typically sold to creditworthy entities such as businesses, utilities and/or governments via long-term contracts. Furthermore, unlike traditional power plants, renewable power plants are not subject to the changing global markets for oil, coal, and natural gas. Nor do they require the acquisition of these raw materials to create electricity. When the sun shines or the wind blows, electricity can be created and sold.








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