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If we ran out of fuels which could we use to almost replace them.

Hydroelectric
Wind
Solar
GeoThermal

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Although they could all help, Solar and Wind are the most promising. I suppose I'd choose solar, but that's pretty far fetched.

YES BUT IF IT IS COLD AND THE SUN GOES DOWN U R FREZZING

COULD HYDROELECTRIC WORK?

Solar power can be stored and used when the sun is down.

Hydroelectric power is very efficient in areas where you have fast-moving streams and dams.


You have to store the solar power in batteries. But like you said darkness and grey days are a problem. Hydroelectric? requires rivers. Bottom line: Not enough dams can be made to supply sufficient elec. Also drought causes shortages. The sun is the best bet.
Read:
http://mondediplo.com/2005/01/11sun

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