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Introduction To Hydroelectric Power

 SRP
  22nd-Jul-2016
Description: Hydroelectric power (often called hydropower) is considered a renewable energy source. A renewable energy source is one that is not depleted (used up) in the production of energy. Through hydropower, the energy in falling water is converted into electricity without ―using up‖ the water. Hydropower energy is ultimately derived from the sun, which drives the water cycle. In the water cycle, rivers are recharged in a continuous cycle. Because of the force of gravity, water flows from high points to low points. There is kinetic energy embodied in the flow of water. Kinetic energy is the energy of motion. Any moving object has kinetic energy.
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Category: Wind/Water/Geo
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Unit 3: Low Impact Hydroelectric Power

Lesson 1
INTRODUCTION TO
HYDROELECTRIC POWER

Renewable
Energy
Education

Unit 3: Low Impact Hydroelectric Power

Lesson 1
INTRODUCTION TO
HYDROELECTRIC POWER
Part One

Hydroelectric power (often called hydropower) is
considered a renewable energy source. A renewable energy
source is one that is not depleted (used up) in the pro ... See more

Introduction to Hydroelectric Power

Hydroelectric power (often called hydropower) is considered a renewable energy source. A renewable energy source is one that is not depleted (used up) in the production of energy.

SRP
04 October, 2016