No, it is a fossil fuel and so it is non-renewable. Tar is a fossil hydrocarbon similar to crude oil and ultimately derived from the same source.
Fossil fuels have become a primary energy resource because it is easy to use, not as expensive, and easily found normally. Also people have been so accustomed to using fossil fuels.
CoalOilNatural gasUranium (nuclear)Rainforest timberThese are ALL non-renewable sources of energy.
Yes, it is a fossil fuel
No one invented it. It is a fossil fuel and a natural resource.
Natural gas, just like oil, is a fossil fuel
Yes. It uses much less energy from fossil fuels which are coal, oil, and natural gas. Instead, it uses sunlight which is a renewable resource. Fossil fuels are not a renewable resource. When Earth runs out, there is no more.
Fossil fuels are the forms of energy made from the remains of dead plants and small creatures. Examples of fossil fuels are coal and natural gas.
A renewable resource has the ability to reproduce using natural or biological processes. The answer to you question depends on how you are heating water if you are using solar energy to heat water than is a renewable resource but if you are using fossil fuel are energy that is produced by using fossil fuels( i.e electricity) then it is a non renewable resource.
Australia uses coal, oil and natural gas. These are fossil fuels. The amount of energy derived from the wind and solar is rising fast.
it is a renewable resource
Fossil fuels. Uranium. Coal, oil and natural gas. Wind and water (hydro-electric). Sunlight. Geothermal sources. Technically, "work" is the conversion of energy with time, as 1W = 1J/s conversion.
coal, oil, natural gas. apex
Probably coal or fossil fuels, something that can be burned to make heat and energy.
Fossil fuel (oil)