Renewable Energy Sources Gustav Guenther

There are six different frequently used renewable resources used are from the sun (solar), wind, moving water (Hydro) and burning plants such as pine trees which are a supply of firewood.

How a Turbines Works: Fist of all the winds hit the point of the turbine the turbine blades and cause it to spin and from the speed creates and movement that then creates electrical energy.

How a Dam Works: First of all since the Water goes from low ground to high ground it releases a large amount of this can be used to create energy because it can be very powerful

How a Solar panel works: The solar panels are made out of silicon and use the sun particles and convert them into

Credits:

Created with images by Boke9a - "nature vision wind turbines" • Charles D P Miller - "Wind turbine" • ogwen - "dam" • Mike Weston - "Arrays straight on" • BM10777 - "factory sugar production ethanol"

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