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FC: Sources of Energy | Joseph Medina
1: Wind Energy Solar Power HydroPower Nuclear Energy Geothermal Fossil Fuels
2: Wind Energy
3: The use of rotating turbines (by the wind), to convert kinetic energy from the wind into mechanical or electrical energy that can be used for power.
5: Even some older windmills used the power of wind to grind, crush and press.
6: Energy from the sun that is converted into thermal or electrical energy, usually through the use of solar panels. | Solar Power
7: ]Two techniques are through photovoltaic panels and...
8: ...solar thermal collectors, which store heat from the sun.
10: HydroPower | The harnessing of the power in moving or falling water to turn turbines, or wheels.
11: This power is often contained by the use of dams. The turbines within the dam are rotated by the water and a generator transforms this into electricity
13: Water was/is also used to turn waterwheels which provide mechanical energy for sawmills, textile mills, etc.
14: The use of controlled nuclear reactions (usually nuclear fission), to heat water into steam to generate electricity. | Nuclear Energy
18: Geothermal | The harnessing of the power the heat coming from the earth. Radioactive decay of minerals, volcanic activity and solar energy absorbed at the surface.
20: Previously, geothermal plants were limited to places near fault lines.
22: Fossil Fuels | Formed from the fossilized remains of dead plants and animals exposed to heat and pressure from the earths crust for hundreds of millions of years.
25: Fossil fuels also are components of coal, petroleum, and natural gas.