5º 2ª: RENEWABLE SOURCES OF ENERGY
1)"Renewable energies" are those energy sources based on the use of the sun, wind, water or plant or animal biomass, among others. They are characterized by not using fossil fuels - as happens with conventional energies - but resources capable of renewing unlimited. Its environmental impact is of less magnitude given that in addition to not using finite resources, they do not generate pollutants. Its benefits range from the diversification of the country's energy matrix to the promotion of national industry; and from the development of regional economies to the boost to tourism.
2)The provinces of Santa Cruz, Chubut, Río Negro and Buenos Aires concentrate the greatest Argentine wind potential.