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RENEWABLE AND NON RENEWABLE ENERGY

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RENEWABLE
ENERGY

AND
NON RENEWABLE ENERGY
NON RENEWABLE
Hydro Power
Positives
About Hydro Energy
Negatives
About Hydro Energy
Pollution affects the quality of water
Dam building is very costly
Some people have to relocate their homes for water to be stored
Easier to transport
Provides drinking water, heat and electricity
Its cheaper compared to other energy sources
Wind Power
Positives
About Wind Energy
Wind energy is very easy to turn into electricity
No drilling or digging to find Wind
Causes no green house gases or other pollutants
Some farms are not connected to local electricity
Negatives
About Wind Energy
Wind energy needs better ways to be stored
Wind turbines are very noisy
A full Wind turbine farm is needed to produce electricity for lots of homes
There is not always a lot of wind for the turbines to make energy from
Oil Energy
Oil has high heating value
Liquid makes it easier to store
Also cheaper to transport
Oil can be found all over Australia
Drilling for oil supplies lots of jobs
Negatives
About Oil Energy
Drilling scars Australia's landscape
Drilling for oil endangers our environment and ecosystem
We will one day run out of oil
The price of oil is rising as oil becomes more scarce
Burning oil produces carbon dioxide
Oil is very flammable
BIBLIOGRAPHY
Solar Power
When electricity is not needed, water can be stopped and saved for later
Dam building on rivers stop water from getting to towns


Positives
About Solar Energy
Solar produces no green house gases or other pollutants
Solar panels are easy to be installed
Easy to transport and store
Expensive to buy after a while very cheap
BY HOLLY GRIGGS
Negatives
About Solar Energy
Only produce energy in sunlight so for about half a day.
Weather can effect condition of solar panels
Solar panels do not work well in polluted areas
They can take up a great deal of space
Expensive to buy
Solar energy is silent and does not disturb humans
The building of dams on rivers stops the flow of water to towns and villages that need that water
Makes no sound and does not disturb humans
Hydroelectic powerstations have very long lives
RENEWABLE
Positives
About Oil Energy
Geo Thermal Energy
Negatives
About Hydro Energy
There is an enormous amount of it deep underground
Can work 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
Pipes underground can last 50 years
Clean energy source
Powerplants take up little land
Power stations cost lots of money to build
Sulfur dioxide and silica emmisions
Drilling through hot roks is very hard
Care must be taken to manage heat
A powerplant could run out of steam that coul dlast for decades
You can not set up a powerlant anywhere
Positives
About Geothermal Energy
Coal Energy
Positives
About Coal Energy
Negatives
About Coal Energy
• Drilling and mining for coal provides lots of jobs
• Easy to transport over Australia and the world
• Easy to burn
• Coal is a reliable energy source
• Coal is very abundant
• Coal is affordable
• Mining provides lots of jobs

• Mining and drilling scars Australia’s landscape
• Leaves behind ash and soot
• Coal will eventually run out
• Environmentally dangerous

Natural Gas Energy
Nuclear Power
Positives
About Natural Gas Energy
Negatives
About Coal Energy
Does not produce any ash or odors after power generation
Helps improve quality of air and water (not a pollutant)
No waste
Far better for cooking than electric
Waste product, no where to put the excess waste
Earth quakes can cause leaks and breakages at power plants
Potential of high risk disaster
Nuclear is a newer energy source so there is not as much experience
Lower cost compared to other energy sources
Low green house gases and other pollutants
Nuclear power plants require much less land area than wind or solar power sites
Negatives
About Nuclear Energy
Negatives
About Nuclear Energy
Gas is a fossil fuel and leaves a carbon footprint
Families being driven from their land due to careless drilling
Highly flammable
Renewable is where something is continually able to be used such as wind, sun, heat and water. In these cases we can use these things to help make electricty. Some renewable energy sources are Solar, Wind, Geothermaland Hydro.
Non Renewable is where when you use something you can not use it again. Non- Renewable products come from in the earth so are mined or drilled and are not always the best option for the environment. Like if we use coal once we can not use that coal again. Some non- renewable energy sources are Coal, Oil, Nuclear and Natural Gas.
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