Ppt on renewable resources of energy

Federal Energy Management Program Renewable Working Group Renewable Power Purchases at Federal Facilities By David McAndrew Federal Energy Management Program.

preference to a specific technology  Does not differentiate between types of biomass  E.O. 13123 Guidance Requirements  Contract must specify renewable purchase requirement  Excludes system supply and state RPS requirements  Purchase must come from new renewable resource  On line after 1990  Should have consistent standard for purchases and on-site Federal Energy Management Program FEMP Renewable Purchasing Program Direct Assistance Individual agency initiatives Map correlating federal/


What is this all about?? Think about our current unit and THIS VIDEO to try to determine what those beans represent!THIS VIDEO Resources are RENEWABLE.

Resources are RENEWABLE and NONRENEWABLE! Which bean represented which type of resource? How do you know? Finish question 4 in your analysis. Serious Issues… Cups were 90% NONRENEWABLE (brown) and 10% RENEWABLE (black). This represents our CURRENT use of resources/ Resource 2.Renewable Resource 3.Nonrenewable Resource Energy Resources Natural Resource – natural material used by humans Renewable Resource – a natural resource that can be replaced at the same rate it is used Nonrenewable Resource – A resource /


Alternative Energy Resources Renewable Resources.

Solar Hydroelectric Geothermal Biofuels Biomass Let’s Take a Look Look at the following pictures. What do you notice about these picture? Think about they types of energy they represent. Are all of them renewable resources? Alternative Energy Resources You will be creating a flip book to put in your science journals. When we are finished we will be cutting both parts out and gluing the information/


By: Glennie and Mika. We would like to have this be Michigan`s Ideal Energy Resources in 2020.

would like to have this be Michigan`s Ideal Energy Resources in 2020.  Coal is mostly used to generate heat or electricity.  Coal is a non-renewable energy source  Coal generates 90% of our heat and electricity  Coal is burned to heat water that creates steam. The steam moves the turbine which generates electricity  Wind is a renewable energy resource  It is used to generate electricity and heat/


© OECD/IEA 2015 Business Models and Smart Policies for Scaling Up Renewable Energy Dr. Paolo Frankl Head, Renewable Energy Division International Energy.

OECD/IEA 2015 Business Models and Smart Policies for Scaling Up Renewable Energy Dr. Paolo Frankl Head, Renewable Energy Division International Energy Agency Vienna Energy Forum, High Level Panel III, Vienna 18 June 2015 A Decade Of Renewable Energy Growth Surpassing Expectations Projected levels of renewable energy for 2020 were already surpassed by 2010. Global installed capacity and production from all renewable technologies have increased substantially. Significant cost reductions for most technologies/


Energy Division Organization Division Director, Edward Randolph Demand Side Management Group Demand Side Programs Simon Baker Residential Hazlyn Fortune.

Market Price Referent Calculation Tradeable Renewable Energy Certificates policy Bioenergy RPS contract review Emerging Procurement Strategies Combined heat and power issues Carbon capture and storage RD&D for clean supply Coordination of external climate initiatives (WCI, ARB, CCEF) Cap and trade regulation design guidance, allowance allocation GHG reduction analyses/ methodologies IOU portfolio GHG reporting and tracking Electric transportation planning Resource Adequacy and Procurement Oversight/


Renewable energy. Daily Notes Page 171 – Question 1 and 2.

1 and 2 Introduction Video Renewable energy in America Goals Describe different renewable energy resources. Describe how humans use different renewable energy resources. Vocabulary Energy resource Wind energy Hydroelectric energy Solar energy Biomass Geothermal energy Sample Vocab Sheet Use copy from Word to review Sources of renewable energy Sun – solar energy Warms the earth Causes wind energy Photosynthesis Earth Radioactive elements Heat Renewable to Nonrenewable Wind Energy Windmills Wind-powered water/


QOTD What do you think nonrenewable resources are? Break it down... Nonrenewable? Resource?

, it is gone! HMMMM.... What are renewable resources? RENEWABLE RESOURCES Renewable resources are natural resources that can be replenished in a short period of time. ● Solar ● Geothermal ● Wind ● Biomass ● Water SOLAR Energy from the sun. Why is energy from the sun renewable? GEOTHERMAL Energy from Earth’s heat. Why is energy from the heat of the Earth renewable? WIND Energy from the wind. Why is energy from the wind renewable? BIOMASS Energy from burning organic or living matter. Why/


ENERGY RESOURCES. WHAT IS ENERGY?  Energy is scientifically defined as the ability to do work, or the ability to move or elicit or cause change in matter.

things to happen. For example solar energy is used to heat water thereby changing the condition of the water.  Energy resources are generally defined as anything that can be used as a source of energy.  Energy resources can be divided into renewable and non-renewable resources. Energy Sources NON-RENEWABLE AND RENEWABLE ENERGY RESOURCES Energy resources can be divided into two broad categories namely non-renewable and renewable resources. Non-renewable sources of energy are those that we can use only/


Renewable Technology Integration Dave Mooney October 30, 2009.

Distributed Energy Resources Integration Commercial Building R&D Residential Building R&D Renewable Technology Integration Generation PV Wind Electrolysis CSP Geothermal Biomass Storage Transmission & Distribution Integration Interconnection Communications Controls Operations Storage End Use and the Built Environment Zero-energy buildings Plug-in hybrid electric vehicles Fuel cells Demand Control Intelligent controls Zero-energy communities Storage Areas of Focus and Competencies Renewable Technology/


Bell Question 1. Which alternative energy source uses the energy from the Earth’s interior (core) for power? 2. Which alternative energy source uses the.

: Limited amount of freshwater 97% in oceans Renewable Resources Renewable Resource Examples 3. Animal Resources –USES: Provides food and other products Renewable Resources Renewable Resource Examples 3. Animal Resources –PROBLEM: using too much Natural Resources Use your earth science book to answer the questions pertaining to the renewable and nonrenewable resources of the planet. Use your earth science book to answer the questions pertaining to the Earth’s resources. 1. What is solar energy and what its/


Definitions 1. Resource: Anything we can get from the environment to meet our needs and wants. 2.Perpetual Resources: Resources that are renewed continuously.

long as they are not used up faster than they are replaced. 4.Non-Renewable Resources: Resources that exist in fixed quantities in the earth ’ s crust. It takes millions to billions of years to renew these resources. Perpetual Resources Solar Energy Renewable Resources Biomass (forests, grasslands, wild animals) Fresh Water (lakes, streams, groundwater) Fresh Air Non-Renewable Resources Energy Resources (coal, oil, natural gas, uranium) Metallic Minerals (iron, copper, aluminum) Non-Metallic Minerals/


CFEE Roundtable Conference on State & Regional Energy Issues: Managing the Transition Yakout Mansour President & Chief Executive Officer Monterey Plaza.

policies.  Tehachapi transmission project review and approval.  FERC declaratory order and remote resource interconnection tariff.  Participating Intermittent Resource Program. The ISO is actively participating in ongoing policy initiatives  California Renewable Energy Transmission Initiative  Greenhouse Gas deliberations We look forward to working with State leaders to ensure that successful implementation of State policy priorities. It is critical to be systematic and thorough in considering policy/


IEC SMB-SG1 Energy Efficiency and Renewable Resources Update October 11, 2010 IEC TC100 Update on SMB SG1, October 11, 2010 Energy Efficiency and Renewables.

October 11, 2010 IEC TC100 Update on SMB SG1, October 11, 2010 Energy Efficiency and Renewables Jean.baronas@am.sony.com SG1 History  Established 2007-02: analyze status quo of energy efficiency and renewable resources (existing IEC standards, ongoing projects) identify gaps and opportunities for new work set objectives for electrical energy efficiency in products and systems (note: at the 2009- 03 meeting, it was agreed that/


ES06A – Teach About Earth ’ s Renewable Resources Use with BrishLab ES06A.

1 Para 4 Image Link Image Link The three “R”s of conservation are Reduce, Reuse and Recycle. 3- List four renewable energy resources. Page 1 Para 8 Image Link Image Link 3- List four renewable energy resources. Page 1 Para 8 Image Link Image Link Solar, water, wind, biomass and geothermal are all renewable resources. 3- List four renewable energy resources. Page 1 Para 8 Image Link Image Link Solar, water/


Advanced Environmental Technology Geographic Distributions of Natural Resources TEK 7D.

Advanced Environmental Technology Geographic Distributions of Natural Resources TEK 7D Anticipatory Set With your partner create a Venn Diagram that identifies similarities and differences between renewable and non-renewable natural resources Biomass Organic plant and animal material used to generate energy Data: Nov. 2015 Geothermal Heat energy that is generated and stored inside the Earth Data: Nov. 2015 Hydroelectric Mechanical energy from moving water that is converted into electrical/


Renewable Energy D. Crowley, 2007. Renewable Energy To know what a renewable energy resource is Thursday, January 28, 2016.

it is windy, so alone it may not be appropriate for powering a fridge) Level 6 – pupils have used all the different energy resources and these are clearly labelled with an explanation, as well as suitability of energy resource to task and consideration of energy storage Renewable Energy Renewable energy resources can be replaced, never running out Biomass fuels - these are fuels from living things such as trees. As long as we/


MIXING IT UP: We’ll need more than renewables to win the climate fight Ryan Fitzpatrick, Deputy Director Third Way’s Clean Energy Program

Energy Program rfitzpatrick@thirdway.orgrfitzpatrick@thirdway.org : @rdfitzpat Cut power sector emissions at least 80% by 2050 Renewable sources will play major role But renewables alone? How Should we Address Climate Change? Renewables/ Storage Breakthrough Demand Response Even the Solutions are Challenging New Transmission Get best resources to demand centers + Smooth-out intermittency in a region Multi-state permitting Even/, Inventor of the term “Climate Hawk” 19 Focus on the Ends, Not the Means Success is /


NONRENEWABLE AND RENEWABLE RESOURCES. Bell Ringer.

heat. Why is energy from the heat of the Earth renewable? WIND Energy from the wind. Why is energy from the wind renewable? BIOMASS Energy from burning organic or living matter. Why is energy from biomass renewable? WATER or HYDROELECTRIC Energy from the flow of water. Why is energy of flowing water renewable? Follow-Up Questions What are some advantages and disadvantages of using renewable resources in place of non-renewable resources? List as many non-renewable resources as you can that/


Mike Little | May 20, 2014 Introduction to Seattle City Light’s Conservation Resources Division.

in the local economy Programs designed to reach across all market sectors and to provide access for all ratepayers ENERGY CONSERVATION OVERVIEW 3 3 Starting in the mid-1970’s, City Resolutions have communicated Seattle’s preference for energy conservation and/or renewables as the resource of choice in meeting the utilities electric needs Initiative 937 (State Law) mandates conservation targets be established every two/


The Benefits and Consequences of Dependency on Non-Renewable Energy

Consequences On the Beach On the Water On Animals Social Responsibility Compare/Contrast Non -renewable energy: the Human Cost Proportions Limiting Factors Limitations Energy Flow Renewable Energy Technology Focus Questions What are renewable and non-renewable energy resources? What are the environmental/economic and social consequences of depending on non-renewable resources such as oil? What are the benefits of renewable energy and how could they help reduce oil dependency? How has Gulf oil disaster/


PACE Centre South African PACE Centre CDM for Small-Scale Renewable Energy & Energy Efficiency KEY ISSUES FOR PACE Dean Cooper, Managing Director, Parallax.

Potential barriers to small-scale CDM Key Issues for the PACE Centre PACE Centre Limited Capacity South African PACE Centre CDM for Small-Scale Renewable Energy & Energy Efficiency Technology knowledge base Access to financial & technical resources Institutional capacity (including bureaucracy) Clarity of policy Investment capacity PACE Centre Time Awareness Scale Project Cycle Capacity Cost Potential barriers to small-scale CDM Key Issues for the PACE/


The Municipal Perspective Renewable Energy Workshop January 19, 2007 Kim Owens, P.E. JEA Clean Power Coordinator Prepared with input from Gainesville Regional.

for Florida? Florida Renewables Renewables – solar, wind, biomass, hydropower Renewables – solar, wind, biomass, hydropower 680 MW of renewable capacity (3% of capacity) 680 MW of renewable capacity (3% of capacity) –38% MSW –24% biomass –33% waste heat –5% hydro Most projects a result of 1978 PURPA Most projects a result of 1978 PURPA To fully assess potential for renewables: To fully assess potential for renewables: –Quantify fuel resources –Address higher energy costs of renewables –More focus on/


Florida Public Service Commission Renewable Portfolio Standards Workshop Remarks On Behalf Of City of Tampa Solid Waste Authority of Palm Beach County.

associated with such credit is actually delivered into Florida Any tradable renewable energy credit system that would allow a utility to meet its RPS should be limited to those renewable energy resources located in Florida, and those out of state resources from which the electricity associated with such credit is actually delivered into Florida Out of state renewable energy resources should only apply toward an RPS if the electricity from such/


ENERGY Where does our Energy come from?. Where does our energy come from for…? Electric light Mobile phones Power for your mp3 TV Hot Water.

Renewable Resources: WATER & TIDAL What is it? Movement of sea drives turbines How much left? Endless Advantages? Can produce a lot of electricity, no CO 2 emissions Disadvantages? Not many suitable sites Renewable Energy is increasing in Northern Ireland TARGET: In Northern Ireland, 12% of electricity generated by renewables by 2012 NOW: Wind energy supplies from between 3-7% of our energy needs Where does our Energy come from? From renewable and non-renewable energy/


A comprehensive synergy initiative for the: European Mobility on Renewable Energy Current Via Azul initiators: Fomenting Energy & Technology enabled through.

low-carbon mobility applications like hybrid, battery & fuel cell vehicles, starting in VA pilot regions and cities. 1. Renewable (low- carbon) Energy Resources like : EU-North Wind-Off- Shore farms EU-South Solar Power plants Water Etc. 2.The Electrical Energy Transmission to the Point-of-Sale (PoS), applying HVDC underground cable technology, can substantially shorten line approval cycles for a new Wide Area Network/


The China Solar Energy Market

– policies and incentives The Renewable Energy Law seeks to have 15% of China’s energy mix by 2020 be comprised of renewable energy Constitution of PRC The Renewable Energy Law Effective January 1, 2006, the objectives of the law are: Develop and utilize renewable energy Improve the energy structure Diversify energy supplies Safeguard energy security Protect the environment Realize the sustainable development of the economy The general provisions of the law extend to: Resource Survey and Development Plan/


On pg 31 Define renewable resource Define non-renewable resource

consumption, what are renewable resources? RENEWABLE RESOURCES Renewable resources are natural resources that can be replenished in a short period of time. ● Solar ● Geothermal ● Wind ● Biomass ● Water Give 3 interpretations of this chart Why is energy from the sun renewable? SOLAR Energy from the sun. Why is energy from the sun renewable? GEOTHERMAL Energy from Earth’s heat. Why is energy from the heat of the Earth renewable? Why is energy from the wind renewable? BIOMASS Energy from burning organic or/


Making Clean Local Energy Accessible Now December 16, 2013 Flattening the Duck Dynamic Grid Solutions for Integrating Renewables.

1pm Highest net load: 25,000 MW at 8pm Making Clean Local Energy Accessible Now 17 Natural Gas Plants Have Integration Costs Renewables have predictable variability. Fossil fuel power plants often shut down unexpectedly, forcing energy consumers to foot the bill for reserves and frequency response. Source: CAISO Summer Loads and Resources Assessment More than half of the outages associated with conventional generation are unplanned.


Renewable Resources Development Report California Energy Commission Business Meeting November 19, 2003 Ann Peterson Project Manager Technology Systems.

,000 80,000 100,000 120,000 140,000 160,000 GWh/year WindGeothermalBiomassSolar LowHighRER studyRRDR data Existing There are significant untapped renewable resources in California. Technical Potential for Renewable Energy in other WECC states Source: Renewable Energy Atlas of the West There are significant untapped renewable resources in other WECC states as well. 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 Wind/


BULGARIA Dobrich Private Language School “Leonardo da Vinci” Renewable and non-renewable energy resources 02-08.06.2013 Staszów, Poland.

RENEWABLE AND NON-RENEWABLE ENERGY RESOURCES- BULGARIA - 1 Non-renewable *A non-renewable resource is a natural resource that cannot be re- made or re-grown at a scale comparable to its consumption. *It wont last forever. Its a natural resource that cant be produced, re-grown, regenerated, or reused. *Non-renewable resources make up approximately 95% of world’s energy. Types of non renewable energy:Usage: RENEWABLE AND NON-RENEWABLE ENERGY RESOURCES- BULGARIA – 2 RENEWABLE AND NON-RENEWABLE ENERGY RESOURCES/


GREEN ENERGY KOMPENDIUM KAJIAN LINGKUNGAN DAN PEMBANGUNAN

the most preferred methods of energy production. By reducing emissions, energy conservation is an important part of lessening climate change. Energy conservation facilitates the replacement of non-renewable resources with renewable energy. Energy conservation is often the most economical solution to energy shortages, and is a more environmentally benign alternative to increased energy production. Issues with energy conservation Critics and advocates of some forms of energy conservation make the following/


RESOURCE VALUATION 1. Summary of Resource Value Guiding principles: 1.Capture saturation effects on resource value 2.Evaluate resource value on a marginal.

does not currently include an integration adder Future versions will incorporate an adder linked to the CPUC’s continued efforts to characterize the costs of renewable integration RPS Calculator Valuation Framework Levelized Cost of Energy Transmission Cost Capacity Value Energy Value Net Resource Cost Integration Cost* − = − + + + Curtailment Cost + 37 Context In D.14-11-042, CPUC adopted an interim integration adder for use in the utilities/


Albania-EU Energy Efficiency Centre *

and is to become a self-financed institution with continuing support from Albanian Government and European Commission. RENEWABLE ENERGY RESOURCES IN ALBANIA 3.0 ALBANIA-EU ENERGY EFFICIENCY CENTRE (2) 3.2 Objectives of the Centre The Promotion of the Efficient Use of Energy, Exploitation of Renewable Energy Resources, Energy Conservation and Energy Management in Albania, The organisation of different training seminars in order to transfer the know-how in the above mentioned fields, The/


Chapter Menu Chapter Introduction Lesson 1Lesson 1Energy Resources Lesson 2Lesson 2Renewable Energy Resources Lesson 3Lesson 3Land Resources Lesson 4Lesson.

of Renewable Resources Lesson 2-2 Renewable energy currently meets only 7 percent of U.S. energy needs. Most renewable energy comes from biomass. Managing Renewable Energy Resources Lesson 2-2 Management of renewable resources often focuses on encouraging their use. You can help educate others about renewable energy resources and make a difference by buying products that are made using renewable energy resources. Managing Renewable Energy Resources (cont.) Lesson 2-2 Managing Renewable Energy Resources/


ENERGY AND INCOME: STILL YOUR BEST BET FOR HIGH YIELD, SAFETY AND GROWTH ROGER S. CONRAD CAPITALIST TIMES DC AREA AAII, JULY 2013.

WEAK ON ASIA FEARS DOLLAR STRONG BUT FED EASING CONTINUES ENERGY RALLIES STEALTHILY DAY OF THE DOLLAR THE “RIGHT” STRATEGY HIGHER PRICES MEAN HIGHER /RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT WITH FRIENDLY REGULATION US ENERGY BOOM = EXPORT BOTTLENECKS SOME FORMER TRUSTS RE-EVALUATE DIVIDENDS BUYING CANADA SPLIT COVERAGE: EIA = ENERGY, CT = THE REST SOME QUALITY CRITERIA: PAYOUT RATIO, DEBT, REVENUE STABILITY, DIVIDEND GROWTH CAPITAL ACCESS INCREASINGLY KEY RENEWABLE ENERGY: BEP, INGXF ENERGY PRODUCERS: CSCTF, VET, PGH ENERGY/


Clean Renewable Energy Technologies Tom Key EPRI Technical Lead Renewable and Distributed Resources 865-218-8082 Prepared for: APPA Workshop.

and results in creating heat….and so on. ……You can’t win, you can’t break even and you can’t get out of the game….. 11 © 2005 Electric Power Research Institute, Inc. All rights reserved. Electric Energy from Renewable Resources 2003 total was ~ 360B kW-Hs Biomass Breakdown 12 © 2005 Electric Power Research Institute, Inc. All rights reserved. Political Criterion Depends on Region/


15.3 Energy Resources Key Concepts What are the major nonrenewable and

not Renewable Energy Resources Renewable energy resources are resources that _______ be replaced in a relatively ___________ period of time. can short Renewable energy resources include… _______________________ and possibly in the future…_________________________ hydroelectric solar geothermal wind biomass nuclear fusion Renewable Energy Resources Most renewable energy resources originate either directly or indirectly from the ______ The sun and ____________ are constantly releasing large amounts of energy/


Natural Resources vs. Goods and Services

comparable to its consumption, what are renewable resources? RENEWABLE RESOURCES Renewable resources are natural resources that can be replenished in a short period of time. ● Solar ● Geothermal ● Wind ● Biomass ● Water Why is energy from the sun renewable? SOLAR Energy from the sun. Why is energy from the sun renewable? GEOTHERMAL Energy from Earth’s heat. Why is energy from the heat of the Earth renewable? Why is energy from the wind renewable? BIOMASS Energy from burning organic or living matter/


Energy Resources Noadswood Science, 2011.

Energy Resources Noadswood Science, 2011 Energy Resources Wednesday, April 19, 2017 To know what energy resources are available, and the pros and cons of these Energy Why are the two types of energy resource? Non-renewable energy resources - once they have all been used up they cannot be replaced Renewable energy resources can be replaced, never running out Energy Energy allows things to happen, but it cannot be created or destroyed - it can only be stored or transferred Energy can be/


Renewable and Nonrenewable Resources. Resources What we require to live Natural ResourcesResources we get from earth – Examples: Air, Soil, Minerals,

Hydropower (water power) is power gained from the energy of falling water and running water Provides 1/5 of the worlds energy Renewable Resources - Hydropower Advantages – No pollution – Reliable – Flexible (changing water flow) – Safe Disadvantages – Harms wildlife (fish habitats) – Expensive – Droughts – Limited Reservoirs Renewable Resources - Geothermal Converts the heat of the earth to usable energy Renewable Resources - Geothermal Advantages – Pollution Free – Consistent – Little land needed/


Renewable & Non-renewable

Information Administration Showing what you know In the United States, 93% of our energy comes from non-renewable resources, and 7% comes from renewable energy. Using a graph, how could you illustrate the percentage of renewable and non-renewable energy utilized by the United States? non-renewable energy is: Non-renewable energy also: Non-renewable energy resources In our words, non-renewable energy is: Non-renewable energy also: Non-renewable resources take a long time to make and cannot be replaced once/


Think- Pair- Share What are some ways we use electrical energy? Where does it come from? What are some sources of energy?

columns. Glue on pg. 119. As you watch the video: –Identify and describe the types of renewable and nonrenewable resources. Sources of Energy- Copy on Pg. 120 Renewable Resources- Renewable resources are natural resources that can be replenished in a short period of time. Examples- Wind, Water, Solar, Geothermal Non renewable Resources-A nonrenewable resource is a natural resource that cannot be re-made or re-grown at a scale comparable to its consumption. Examples/


REGIONAL SEEDS AND RENEWABLE ENERGY Frank Avvisato, SRI Project Officer 1.

Provided Technical and Community Support 3 Renewable Energy and Green Remediation Assessment Framework General Assessment Approach Evaluate renewable energy resource. Assess site suitability. Review markets and incentives. Renewable energy technology overview. Estimate system size/ CA, OR, SC, ID, MA. Mix of Fund, PRP and Federal Facility sites. Focus on use of renewable energy to power cleanup work. 8 Green Remediation Assessments Range of technologies evaluated including solar, wind and geothermal. Similar/


Salt River Project Assessment of Renewable Energy Resources using the Western Renewable Energy Zones (WREZ) Model January 2011 Page - 1.

Model (GTM) was developed Transparent and user-friendly model for load-serving entities (LSEs), regulators and others to evaluate the delivered cost of energy coming from renewable energy hubs Focus is on renewable resources that may be more distant from loads, but local resources can be added by users for comparison Available at: http://www.westgov.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&catid=102%3Ai nitiatives/


MED-CSP Concentrating Solar Power for the Mediterranean Region WP1: Sustainability Goals WP2: Renewable Energy Technologies WP3: Renewable Energy Resources.

capacity in 2050 7500029000 Non-sustainable water includes overexploitation of groundwater resources and desalination with fossil fuels. Sustainable water includes all natural surface and groundwater resources that are renewable and exploitable, plus increasingly re-used wastewater. A possible reduction of renewable water due to climate change is not considered. CSP-Desalination includes seawater desalination on the basis of renewable energy, mainly CSP, in each country within the scenario CG/


Renewable & Non-renewable Energy Resources. What is a NON-RENEWABLE energy resource? An energy resource that cannot be replaced or is replaced much.

be used again and again, and will never run out. Types: – Biomass – Hydropower – Geothermal – Solar – Wind In 2011, what % of US electricity was generated by renewable resources? Why don’t we use more renewable energy? More expensive to produce and use Resources are in remote areas so it is a challenge to build the power lines to cities They are not always available (i.e. cloudy/


Topic 3 Renewable resources for electricity Non-renewable resources

Topic 3 Renewable resources for electricity Non-renewable resources Investigating generators Generating electricity Transmitting electricity Paying for electricity Power consumption Reducing energy use Energy Types Heat or Thermal Light Sound Chemical Electrical Kinetic Gravitational potential Elastic potential Nuclear Using slide 4 and 5, discuss the different types of energies and get pupils to give examples of their use. Energy Types Kinetic Gravitational potential Elastic potential Nuclear Renewable and/


Geothermal Energy Responsible for information in Yellow..

vapor which drives turbines. Boyle, Renewable Energy, 2 nd edition, 2004 Dry Steam Schematic Boyle, Renewable Energy, 2 nd edition, 2004 Single Flash Steam Schematic Boyle, Renewable Energy, 2 nd edition, 2004 Binary Cycle Schematic Boyle, Renewable Energy, 2 nd edition, 2004 Hot /considered a renewable resource as long as the ground is not cooled too fast. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Geothermal Instructions: Use a Texas geothermal map to answer the following questions: 1.What is the temperature of the /


Environment Matters Renewable & Non-Renewable Resources Energy exists freely in nature. Some of them exist infinitely (never run out, called RENEWABLE),

Prices will rise in the future as supplies run out Renewable Energy Non-Renewable Energy Summary of Pros & Cons So we need to find more renewable, sustainable ways of generating energy. Class Quiz & Discussion What is the difference between renewable and non- renewable resources? What were some examples of renewable resources? What were some examples of non-renewable resources? What are some ways we can start using more renewable energy resources now? It is important because we need to take/


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