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Renewable and Non-Renewable Energy

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Katelynn Sandoval

on 3 February 2015

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Transcript of Renewable and Non-Renewable Energy

What is Energy?
(Scientifically)
- Power derived from the utilization of physical or chemical resources, especially to provide light and heat or to work machines.
#1) WIND
The way wind energy produces electricity is it's like a windmill and it spins with forms energy to electricity.

Advantages:
#1) The wind is free and with modern technology, it can be capture efficiently.
#2) Once the wind turbine is built, the energy it produces does not cause green house gates or other pollutants.

Disadvantages:
#1) The strength of the wind is not constant and it varies from zero to storm force. This means that wind turbines do not produce the same amount of electricity all the time. There will be times when they produce no electricity at all.
#2) Wind turbines are noisy. Each one can generate the same level of noise as a family car traveling at 70mph.
Uses of WIND energy:
#1) Wind blades are installed on top of the towers. The wind blows the blades and makes them spin.
#2) Low-speed drive shafts are connected to the wind turbine blades. These low speed shafts are connected to the gearbox that increases the wind blades by making them spin faster.
Biomass
The way Biomass produces electricity is it encompasses diverse fuels derived from timber, agriculture and food processing west es or from fuel crops that are sacrificially grown or reserved for electricity generation.
Advantages:
#1) Produces a smaller amount of harmful greenhouse gases than fossil fuel alternatives produce.
#2)Levels of greenhouse gases methane and carbon dioxide could also be reduced through the use of biomass energy sources as these gates are produ.cedby organic matter if left to decay without being used for a purpose such as this.
Disadvantages:
#1) The amount of space it requires.
#2) Quite expensive, with costs including paying for the large amount of labor involved and transportation on costs as this type of energy must be produced close to where the source is obtained.
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Renewable and Non-Renewable Energy
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Made By: Vanessa Gonzalez, Katelynn Sandoval, Jeriah Harrison, and Trystan Aspaas
What kind of energy we think Kirtland, NM should use
The kind of energy Kirtland, NM should use is Solar energy because it helps save money, enough money to make a grocery store for the little town, and make everything better.
Argument Against Solar energy
Solar energy panels cost lot of money. The location of the panels is important, If the location of the panels is where it's foggy and cloudy most of the time, it's a bad idea to put it there, but if it is at a place where it is mostly sunny, partly cloudy, that's a good location.
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