How to use Hydropower in a sentence

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  • Hydropower as the method of converting a flow of water into electricity was first created in 1892.

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  • Hydropower relies on the building of dams which can change the eco-system, natural flow of water and even displace wildlife and entire communities of people.

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  • Hydropower works by converting flowing water into energy.

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  • Harvesting hydropower poses a risk to fish and other aquatic life and when bioenergy comes from burning crops, harvesting the large amounts of crops needed to create fuel poses a risk to our food supply.

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  • With hydropower, water is forced into a dam and then pushed through a large turbine that creates electricity.

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  • Hydropower is the production of energy from the flow of water.

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  • Damless hydropower - This type of power is extracted from the natural flow of rivers.

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  • Electricity generation in the country is mainly from clean hydropower.

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  • Water energy, or hydropower, comes from the mechanical energy of the tides and waves.

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  • Currently, hydropower is the most widely used source of alternative energy.

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  • Due to environmental constraints it is unlikely that we will see any further large scale hydropower sites developed in the UK.

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  • The basement of the mill contains a watercourse which is perfect for modern micro hydropower technology capable of generating green electricity.

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  • Hydropower relies on the planet's water cycle to produce electricity.

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  • Hydropower is achieved by harnessing the energy of water from rivers and other large water sources.

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  • In 2004, about US$30 billion was invested in renewable energy worldwide, excluding large hydropower (Figure 1 ).

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  • Research fields include small-scale hydropower, wind, solar, wave, and bioenergy as well as social dimensions of energy use.

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  • Overtopping device An overtopping device An overtopping device uses the same principles as traditional hydropower plants in an offshore platform.

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  • A different water usage exists in Norway, for example, where snowmelt runoff is utilized for hydropower generation.

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  • Types of renewable energy include hydropower, geothermal energy, wind energy, solar energy, biomass, tidal energy, and hydrogen energy.

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  • The Energy Information Administration (EIA) states that hydropower accounts for 6 percent of all electricity production in the United States, and nearly 70 percent of electricity generation from renewable energy sources.

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  • Already there are numerous hydropower plants in place, many with plans to expand or renovate in order to generate more energy for the region.

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  • Unfortunately, solar power is intermittent and requires supplementation by other energy sources, such as hydropower or geothermal energy.

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