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Alternative Energy Sources Forouzan Faridian And David Kukla
Solar Energy Solar Panels convert sunlight to electrical energy
Wind Darrieus wind turbines use a vertical axis system that allows the turbine to be closer to the ground.
Fossil Fuels Fossil fuels include the combustion of coal and oil, methane and other hydrocarbons
Biomass Biomass is a source of energy that includes wood, agricultural products, solid waste, land fill gas and liquid fuels.
Hydroelectric Gravity and water play key roles in the production of electrical energy from falling water.
Geothermal The Earth’s interior heat supplies energy to produce electricity from steam powered generators.
Nuclear About 100 nuclear plants supply energy to various communities, especially in the Midwest and East.
A History of Electrical Generation
A History of Energy Usage
Energy Usage Today
Without energy nothing happens.
Energy Resources Renewable and Non Renewable.
NONRENEWABLE AND RENEWABLE RESOURCES
Ch Renewable Energy Today
Energy transformations PE & KE. Converting PE to KE More useable forms of energy are?
Energy Sources Grouping task. nuclear oil gas Solar cells / PV biofuel / biomass wave hydroelectric coal geothermal wind tidal.
Earth’s Natural Resources
RENEWABLE ENERGY By Callum. Renewable energy RRenewable energy can come from a variety of sources. These include ; WWind SSolar GGeothermal HHydroelectric.
NONRENEWABLE AND RENEWABLE RESOURCES Section 12. What do you think nonrenewable resources are? Break it down... Nonrenewable? Resource?
© Boardworks Ltd of 7. 2 of 7© Boardworks Ltd 2008 What are renewable energy sources? Renewable energy resources will not run out because they can.
Earth’s Energy Endowment. Earth’s Energy Flows Solar flow Tidal flow Geothermal flow Also Energy is stored in Fossil fuels Nuclear fuels.
Alternative Energy. Fossil Fuels Fossil fuels are a very efficient way to produce energy! However… – Burning Fossil fuels creates POLLUTION. – Coal mining.
Renewable and Nonrenewable Resources
Earth’s Resources Fill in your notes as we go!. Resources A supply that benefits humans – Example: water, land, air, ore etc. – Natural resources: the.
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.
ALTERNATIVE ENERGY. What is alternative energy? From permanent natural processes, Reliable, Main feature: permanence and high energy potential,
Energy Resources Nonrenewable.
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