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1.2.1 Energy Sources/Non-Renewable

Non-Renewable
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Enoch Fleming

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Transcript of 1.2.1 Energy Sources/Non-Renewable

Non-Renewable Energy By: Tommy Coker
Enoch Fleming
Heavenly Lunsford
Gavin Mcgarrah
Vincent Chang
Jake Killcrece Coal is the most plentiful fuel in the fossil family and it has the longest and, perhaps, the most varied history.In the 1800s, Coal was used to power many of the machines such as steam boats and steam powered trains.Today, however, Coal is burned to create energy and goes through many processes to be clean and efficient.
Coal is made usable when burned, purified, and filtered. The steam produced from coal turns turbines that produces electricity. Coal Energy NaturalGas- A fossil Fuel in the gaseous state; used for cooking and heating homes. Uranium non-renewable resource

-atoms are split, and energy is released

After the uranium goes through fission the energy released is captured as electricity that goes through the power grid then to our homes for us to use it. Natural Gas Coal is transported from it's mines with railways, barges, and trucks to power plants that burn the coal cleanly and efficiently.The electricity is then transported along power lines to cities and towns all over the country. Infrastructure New Coal Technology New coal technology is addressing the problem of global warming and will still be around for future generations to use. Ways that it is addressing this problem is by cleaning or "washing" the coal, Gasification, including underground coal gasification (UCG) in situ and much more. Most of the procedures have been around since the late 20th century. THE END groundtruthtrekking.org giantbomb.com getenergyaware.org http://www.frontiernaturalgas.com http://www.ehow.com colourbox.com References: http://www.giantbomb.com/coal/93-5748/all-images/52-624346/coal_shovel_1_/51-2294832/

http://www.getenergyaware.org/energy-coal.asp

http://www.groundtruthtrekking.org/Issues/AlaskaCoal/Healy-Clean-Coal-Plant-HCCP.html

http://www.colourbox.com/image/energy-saving-light-bulb-and-incandescent-bulb-laying-on-green-image-1925065

http://www.eia.gov/coal/

http://www.americaspower.org/\

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Coal_power_in_the_United_States http://www.americaspower.org/our-commitment-clean-energy-future The infrastructure requirements for using Natural Gasses are pipelines, and storage additions. Natural gas is contained in pipes to make it useable so that the natural gases can be captured and controled and to be mined Could ensure U.S. energy independence, reduce geopolitical risks, and help meet U.S. electricity demands for the next 575 years. FURTURE OF NATURAL GAS INFASTRUSTURE & HOW ITS MADE USEABLE
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