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Green Energy: The Show (11-20-2007)

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Green Energy ['grēn] ['ĕn-ûr-jē]
Energy that is both renewable and can be produced in a way that protects the natural environment.

Green Energy does not have anything to do with color. It means generating power that is renewable and earth-friendly. Renewable energy comes from natural processes such as sunlight, wind, or moving water that are continuously replenished. And green energy sources are non-polluting, which means they won't generate harmful emissions or waste products that will hurt our air, land or water.

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