Renewable Energy Lesson 1 Energy Resources 2 Renewable

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Renewable Energy Lesson 1. Energy Resources 2. Renewable Energy Resources 3. Biomass 4. Solar

Renewable Energy Lesson 1. Energy Resources 2. Renewable Energy Resources 3. Biomass 4. Solar 5. Wind 6. Hydroelectric 7. Tidal 8. Future Technologies

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Energy Resources “original source” Renewable Renews itself over the course of a normal human

Energy Resources “original source” Renewable Renews itself over the course of a normal human life span. Non-renewable _____

Renewable Resources • Non-renewable resources will eventually run out and put a strain on

Renewable Resources • Non-renewable resources will eventually run out and put a strain on the global climate. • . . . • Examples – _______ – – Solar (sun) Wind Hydropower (water) Geothermal To see how your videos are embedded into your presentation, click the video image in slideshow mode.

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Biomass • Energy production – Burning • Heat, run steam turbines –. . .

Biomass • Energy production – Burning • Heat, run steam turbines –. . . . – Collecting gas from landfills • _____

Biomass • Wood –. . . . . • Large amounts of wood required

Biomass • Wood –. . . . . • Large amounts of wood required for even small amounts of energy (1% energy increase would require 18% forest harvest increase in the U. S. ) • Gases and fuels – Ethanol from corn and sugar cane – ____________

____ • ________ • Good for heating • No efficient solar collection method has

____ • ________ • Good for heating • No efficient solar collection method has been devised yet for direct conversion to electrical energy.

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Solar • The energy gained from the sun is stored inside a battery, which

Solar • The energy gained from the sun is stored inside a battery, which supplies the power • _____

Wind • Kinetic (motion) energy from the wind can be transformed into mechanical energy,

Wind • Kinetic (motion) energy from the wind can be transformed into mechanical energy, then _____ • . . .

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Hydroelectricity

Hydroelectricity

____________ • Water cycle: water evaporates and falls as rain. High altitude snow melts,

____________ • Water cycle: water evaporates and falls as rain. High altitude snow melts, then water flows back to sea level. • _____________________

____________ • . . . . • Water is allowed to flow through tunnels

____________ • . . . . • Water is allowed to flow through tunnels in the dam, _____ This video has been removed.

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______ • ______ To see how your videos are embedded into your presentation, click the video image in slideshow mode. • Similar to hydroelectric, but the cause of the water’s rise is different. Low Tide Tidal Dam High Tide

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Future technologies, including some that have been tested

Future technologies, including some that have been tested

______ • Thermal energy from beneath the Earth’s crust is harnessed to heat water

______ • Thermal energy from beneath the Earth’s crust is harnessed to heat water tanks. • _____

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Geothermal This video has been removed. • _____ • . .

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To see how your videos are embedded into your presentation, click the video image in slideshow mode. Electricity Production – Geothermal Energy

Countries With Geothermal Plants

Countries With Geothermal Plants

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