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Inexhaustible Energy Source: Hydroelectric Power
Transcript of Inexhaustible Energy Source: Hydroelectric Power
Energy Source: Hydroelectric Power
The power is generated when the water held in a reservoir flows over a
or another barrier
Hydroelectric is power
It is the most used renewable energy source in the world.
Hydroelectric energy is an extremely
source. As long as there is water and a dam, magnetized energy can be produced.
We get hydroelectric power from the use of
Principles of Engineering
California Academy of Mathematics Science
Fish Mating Cycle
Time-consuming to make dams
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Hydroelectric is the
method of producing energy.
Hydro power is
of the whole electricity production
People have used hydro power for
over 2000 years.
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