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All people are talking about electricity......my electricity comes out of the plug socket !
Fossil fired power stations 1960: 3 US $ pro Barrel 2001: 24 US $ pro Barrel
How does a coal-fired power station function ?
Formation of the fossil Energy carrier (example : coal )
Problems previews : disponsability World wide energy consumption and the apportionment noxious - greenhouse effect - additional noxious
Proportional consumption of fossil energy in Germany 1999
Supplies of primary energy
World wide energy consumption and the apportionment Energy consumption
Part of power stations at this CO 2 - output
Noxious -Polar caps smelt -Water levels rise -Rise of the temperature -Change of the precipitation -Increase of extremer weather events
Landscape destruction Forest-die transport risks Other disadvantages
Alternatives to the fossil energy carrier Nuclear power ?
Alternatives to the fossil energy carrier Renewable energy
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