Renewable energy sources are ones which don't run out - which can be renewed. We can keep using them and using them, and we'll never run out. Examples of renewable sources include wind, water power (hydroelectric), and solar power (light from the sun).
Non-renewable energy sources are ones which do run out. As we use them to generate energy, they get used up, and can't be used a second time. There are three main non-renewable energy sources, which are fast running out: coal, oil and natural gas.
The difference in: renewable resources1) the resources that can be renewed by reproduction are called renewable resources. 2) Renewable resources are inexhaustible. 3) Renewable resources are not affected by the human activities. 4) All biotic resources are renewable. 5) For example: air and water. non-renewable resources1)the resources that are present in fixed quantities are called non-renewable resources. 2) Non-renewable resources are inexhaustible. 3) Non renewable resources are affected by human activities. 4) Some abiotic resources are non-renewable. 5) For example- fossil fuels and minerals