The majority don’t – such as Solar, Tidal, Wind or Geothermal. Thanol and other biofuels do – if you consider them renewable energy as the distinction is obscure – But the greenhouse gases (primarily carbon dioxide) was atmospheric and sequestered in the organic matter the biofuel was made from, Thus it’s impact is not considered the same as carbon dioxide released by consuming fossil fuels, as that carbon has been sequestered over the course of several centuries if not millennia.
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