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What is Biomass?

What Is Biomass Energy?

A conversation of just how biomass energy is produced as well as info concerning biomass energy resources that could be made use of to create energy. Biomass consists of all the planet’s living issue, plants as well as pets, and also the remains of this living issue. Plant biomass is …

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Ocean Wave Energy

Ocean Wave Energy

ABSTRACT The World Energy Council has estimated the ‘useful’ global ocean wave energy resource as 2TW (17,500TWh/year). From this it has been estimated (Thorpe 1999) that the practical economic contribution from wave energy converters could be 2,000TWh/year (similar to current installed nuclear or hydroelectric generation capacity). Such generating capacity could …

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Energy 101: Hydropower

Energy 101: Hydropower

Energy 101: Hydropower Learn how hydropower captures the kinetic energy of flowing water and turns it into electricity for our homes and businesses.

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Sayano Shushenskaya Accident

Sayano Shushenskaya Accident

Accident at the Russian Biggest Hydroelectric Powerplant: Sayano-Shushenskaya, in Siberia. Powerplant data: Number of Units: 10. Turbine Type: Francis (16 blades). Rated Power: 650 MW each one. Rated Discharge per Unit: 358,5 m³/s. Nominal Speed: 142,86 rpm. Net Head: 194 m. Operation Date: 1978. Runner Weight: 156 ton. Runner Diameter: …

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How A Ground Source Heat Pump Works (HD)

How A Ground Source Heat Pump Works (HD)

Learn how a heat pump works from the UK’s leading manufacturer of a full range of Ground Source Heat Pumps. To watch the full series of Kensa videos and access plenty more information about installing a ground source heat pump, visit http://www.kensaengineering.com/installerzone. This video was produced by Kensa Engineering, Three …

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Why We Should Harvest Energy From The Ocean

When we think about renewable energy sources, the usual suspects are typically solar and wind. But what about the ocean? Since ocean waves are constantly in motion, and motion means energy, could there be a way for us to harvest this energy and limit our dependence on fossil fuels? Jonathan …

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