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Hydro Energy

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Alina Clausen

on 17 February 2016

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Transcript of Hydro Energy

By: Alina, Ally, Kaiden, and John
Hydro Power!
Definition
Discription of proccess
Water energy works like this. Water falls from the sky, then a turbine converts the falling rain to kinetic energy. Then the generator converts the kinetic energy from the turbine into electrical energy.
Hydropower is the way power comes from moving water.
Is Hydropower sustainable?
Bibliography
How do you get the fuel?
Hydropower doesn't produce air pollution and is the leading source of renewable energy. This means it will be able to be reused. It also means that it won't pollute the air and it will be able to be used longer. Hydro power is sustainable.
Pros and Cons!
Pros - Hydropower is..
Renewable
Green
Safe
Fueled by water
It's a clean fuel source,
Cons -
Expensive
Limited resovours
Droughts
http://www.hydro.org/why-hydro/sustainable/
http://energyinformative.org/hydroelectric-energy-pros-and-cons/
Images of hydropower
http://www.tvakids.com/electricity/hydro.htm
What powers the hydropower is the power lines are connected the the generator inside the hydropower.
http://www.tvakids.com/electricity/hydro.htm
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