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    Energy Project Energy Project Presentation Transcript

    • Renewable vs Non-Renewable Energy By Rodolfo Brandon Bernardino http://images.imagestate.com/Watermark/2252873.jpg
    • Coal
      • Coal is mined
      • Sedimentary Rock
      • Formed from
      • - Underground
      • - Dead organic mater
      • Coal is burned in factories to heat water that turns electric turbines.
    • Oil
      • Oil is found through drilling
      • It is used for many things:
      • Burned like coal in power plants
      • Refined to produce gasoline which is used in motor vehicles
    • Natural Gas
      • Collected from natural gas wells
      • Burned to turn turbines
      • - Heat water and produce steam
      • - Natural Gas/ Water Combination Generator
      • Used in Fuel Cells
    • Nuclear
      • The uranium used is mined or milled before being processed
      • After processing, pellets are placed into rods which are placed into bundles.
      • Uranium bundles are
    • Incineration
    • Wood
    • Wind
    • Solar
    • Geothermic
    • Wave Energy
    • Linkage
      • http://www.bydesign.com/fossilfuels/links/html/natural_gas/gas_get.html
      • http://www.naturalgas.org/overview/uses_eletrical.asp