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City of Ember

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Alex Ruzicka

on 14 November 2012

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H2O hydroelectric power is Energy received from a turbine or waterwheel that can create electricity within house holds and buildings. Percentage of Hydroelectric power around Earth: How it works: how useful it is: Facts: The way h20 hydroelectricity works is that when water flows through a dam the flow of it spins turbines that produce electricity to multiple house holds and buildings. h2o hydroelectricity is very useful to our environment it creates electricity in a way that is very creative it can come in handy because it doesn't require a recourse that is harmful, can cause pollution or is very limited. 1. Hydroelectric power is used all around the world including Brazil, Canada, Russia, North Korea, and New Zealand. Bibliography H2O Hydroelectric Power The generators and turbines use up to 90% of the waters energy to create electricity. Around our planet Earth, ever since 2006 up to 2012 h20 hydroelectricity has been used to generate about 20% of our electricity. 2. The first ever created hydroelectric dam is located in the Wisconsin Fox River in Appleton. it was created on September, 30, 1882. 3. Hydroelectric power is the most efficient and safe way to generate any type of electricity. Hydroelectric Dam. YouTube. ariaport, 5 May 2009. Web. 13 Nov. 2012.
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