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All About Water Power
All About Water Power
There is a long history of using water power for small-scale applications. On a large scale, hydroelectric plants are used to generate electricity, and other ways of…...
Biomass as an Energy Source
Biomass as an Energy Source
Biomass comes from crops, or waste animal or vegetable matter. Uses include as a vehicle fuel, vehicles, for heating applications and to produce electricity. It is…...
Coppiced Wood as an Energy Source
Coppiced Wood as an Energy Source
Coppicing is an old method of managing trees with a real relevance for today and energy crops such as willow and polar have huge potential for the future....
Geothermal Energy Explained
Geothermal Energy Explained
Geothermal heat is the thermal energy below the surface of the earth. It can provide heating, and be used to generate electricity. Sometimes it comes to the surface…...
Ocean Current Energy
Ocean Current Energy
Ocean currents represent a huge, and currently almost entirely unexploited, source of energy; the necessary technology is, however, gradually being developed to…...
Solar Power Explained
Solar Power Explained
Solar power is heat that is radiated from the sun to earth. It can be used to produce electricity or for direct heating applications. It is non-polluting and renewable....
What is Renewable Energy?
What is Renewable Energy?
Solar energy, wind and water power, and geothermal energy are all renewable energies. They can be used to produce electricity and for other domestic and industrial…...
Wind Power as a Renewable Energy Source
Wind Power as a Renewable Energy Source
Wind power can be used to generate electricity on a large or small scale, and also to power mechanical processes. It is non-polluting and renewable, but is not always…...
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