The fossil fuel that requires the most energy before it can be used as a fuel is the natural gas. Coal and oil are fossils that will not require so much energy to used as fuel.
Fossil fuel energy is produced by commbustion.
"Combustion" must occur before the potential energy can be released from fossil fuels... examples of fossil fuel... gasoline and coal, both are "burned" to create their energy
Nuclear energy is not a fossil fuel or any fuel at all. Radiation is used to create energy. The energy is "the Fuel" petroleum
Fossil fuel is not energy its a energy source and yes there is more energy sources besides the fossil fuel like coal and others.
A fossil fuel power plant is a system of devices for the conversion of fossil fuel energy to mechanical work or electric energy
solar energy, if we didn't have solar, get ready to say bye-bye to earth, we will all be dead. We need solar energy before we can even hav fossil fuel energy. (wind energy is another one)
No it isn't a fossil fuel. Fossil fuels include coal and oil.
Nuclear fuel has a higher energy density than fossil fuels.
fossil fuels must be burned to release their energy
Fossil Fuel energy
No because fossil fuel is its own energy from decayed things just like nuclear has its own.
Yes, fossil fuel is a (non-renewable and polluting) source of energy.
Geothermal energy is not a fossil fuel, because it is harnessing energy from the thermal heat energy within the earth and is not dependent upon decomposed ancient plants and animals, which is what coal, oil, and natural gas are, which is why they are called "fossil fuels."
Fossil fuel is nonrenewable source energy. :P
fossil fuel is potential of the energy stored inside
Nuclear energy conserves the use of fossil fuel because if there is a nuclear power station there is no need to burn fossil fuel in that region.
Wood is a fuel as it can provide energy by burning. But, it is not formed by fossils and hence not called a fossil fuel.
Nuclear energy derived from uranium in a nonrenewable resource, but not a fossil fuel
No it is its own source of energy
Fossil fuel in itself is simply an example of potential energy, which can be changed to mechanical energy by burning, thus changing from potential energy to heat energy and then to mechanical energy.