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Geothermal power station
Is used in Island, Great Britain, USA, France, New Zealand This power station is effect
Thermal power station
The coal fired power plant big polluters
nuclear power plant
high water consumption First power plant was in SSSR Effective the problem with radioactive waste France, USA
Hydroelectric power station
little effective not pollute the environment Scandinavia, Canada
Tidal power station
France, USA Little effect
Wind power plant
Netherland Big noise
NONRENEWABLE AND RENEWABLE RESOURCES
Nuclear energy Fossil-fuel energy Hydroelectric energy Biomass energy Geothermal energy Wind energy Solar energy.
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Energy Sources Grouping task. nuclear oil gas Solar cells / PV biofuel / biomass wave hydroelectric coal geothermal wind tidal.
Energy Sources All photos courtesy of the U.S. DOE National Renewable Energy Laboratory Photographic Information eXchange
Topic 4.0 – Society and Electricity. I. Ways to Produce Electrical Energy A. Using Thermal Energy (Heat) o Coal: Is burned to produce heat o Nuclear Fission.
Section 15.3: Energy Resources
Energy and Energy Resources
Sources of Energy Ways we can save energy.. What do we need energy for? Help us grow. Keep us warm. Lighting Moving about Cooking food Making things Powering.
Coal NonRenewable Advantages: Produces a lot of energy, easy to find and obtain. Disadvantages: Burning coal produces air pollution.
Learning Objectives Understand how power is produced Be able to identify the benefits and drawbacks of various sources of power.
Learning outcomes:- To be able to identify the main energy resources available To be able to identify renewable and non-renewable resources To be able.
Energy lights our life, powers our vehicles, and runs water in river, cooks our food. It warms and cools our homes, plays our music, and gives us.
Sci. 5-4 Energy Resources Pages
ICP Energy Resources Introduction 3/1/13. Warmup Explain what you know about how we as a society get energy.
Energy Resources: The Class of 2016 Name Period Date.
How do you think you could make a difference in conserving energy?
Renewable and Non-Renewable Energy. There are two types of energy sources: Renewable and Non-renewable.
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