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The below schematic diagram represents which life cycle?

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A : a. Carbon Life Cycle

B : b. Earth minerals Life Cycle

C : c. Phosphorus Life Cycle

D : d. Fossil Fuel Life Cycle

Which of the following is a disadvantage of renewable energy?

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A : a. High pollution

B : b. Available only in few places

C : c. High running cost

D : d. Unreliable supply

A Solar cell is an electrical device that converts the energy of light directly into electricity by the ____________

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A : a. Photovoltaic effect

B : b. Chemical effect

C : c. Atmospheric effect

D : d. Physical effect

Wood is a renewable resource.

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A : a. True

B : b. False

C : c. May be True or False

D : d. Can't say

In hydroelectric power, what is necessary for the production of power throughout the year?

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A : a. Dams filled with water

B : b. High amount of air

C : c. High intense sunlight

D : d. Nuclear power

The main composition of biogas is _______________

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A : a. Methane

B : b. Carbon dioxide

C : c. Nitrogen

D : d. Hydrogen

Which Ministry is mainly responsible for research and development in renewable energy sources such as wind power, small hydro, biogas and solar power?

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A : a. Human Resource Development

B : b. Agriculture and Farmers Welfare

C : c. Ministry of New and Renewable Energy

D : d. Health and Family Welfare

Which among the following have a large amount of installed grid interactive renewable power capacity in India?

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A : a. Wind power

B : b. Solar power

C : c. Biomass power

D : d. Small Hydro power

The world’s first 100% solar powered airport located at ____________

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A : a. Cochin, Kerala

B : b. Bengaluru, Karnataka

C : c. Chennai, Tamil Nadu

D : d. Mumbai, Maharashtra

Which of the following is not under the Ministry of New and Renewable Energy?

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A : a. Wind energy

B : b. Solar energy

C : c. Tidal energy

D : d. Large hydro

Where is the largest Wind Farm located in India?

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A : a. Jaisalmer Wind Park, Rajasthan

B : b. Muppandal Wind Farm, Tamil Nadu

C : c. Vaspet Wind Farm, Maharashtra

D : d. Chakala Wind Farm, Maharashtra

Nuclear Energy is a Renewable Energy.

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A : a. True

B : b. False

C : c. May be True or False

D : d. Can't say

Which Indian enterprise has the Motto “ENERGY FOREVER”?

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A : a. Indian Renewable Energy Development Agency

B : b. Indian Non-Renewable Energy Development

C : c. Indian Agricultural Development

D : d. Indian Biotechnology Development

A non-renewable resource is a finite resource.

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A : a. True

B : b. False

C : c. May be True or False

D : d. Can't say

Which of the below theory is related to non-renewable resources?

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A : a. Game Theory

B : b. Phlogiston Theory

C : c. Big Bang Theory

D : d. Hotelling’s Theory

Bill Gates, Chairman of the Board for Terra Power Company is associated in which of the following non-renewable resources?

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A : a. Earth minerals

B : b. Fossil fuels

C : c. Nuclear energy

D : d. Metal ores

The primary composition of coal is _______________

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A : a. Nitrogen

B : b. Carbon

C : c. Oxygen

D : d. Hydrogen

Which Ministry is mainly responsible for refining, distribution, import, export of petroleum products and natural gas in India?

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A : a. Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas

B : b. Ministry of Fossil Fuel

C : c. Ministry of Non-Renewable Energy

D : d. Ministry of Oil

Where is the first oil well drilled in Asia?

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A : a. Karachi, Pakistan

B : b. Assam, India

C : c. Tokyo, Japan

D : d. Kandy, Sri Lanka

The most abundantly available fossil fuel in India is _____________

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A : a. Coal

B : b. Natural Gas

C : c. Petroleum

D : d. Oil

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