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Energy Explained in 285 Seconds-Renewable and Non Renewable
Energy Explained in 285 Seconds-Renewable and Non Renewable
Energy Explained in 285 Seconds-Renewable and Non Renewable
Energy Explained in 285 Seconds-Renewable and Non Renewable
Energy Explained in 285 Seconds-Renewable and Non Renewable
Energy Explained in 285 Seconds-Renewable and Non Renewable
Energy Explained in 285 Seconds-Renewable and Non Renewable
Energy Explained in 285 Seconds-Renewable and Non Renewable
Energy Explained in 285 Seconds-Renewable and Non Renewable
Energy Explained in 285 Seconds-Renewable and Non Renewable
Energy Explained in 285 Seconds-Renewable and Non Renewable
Energy Explained in 285 Seconds-Renewable and Non Renewable
Energy Explained in 285 Seconds-Renewable and Non Renewable
Energy Explained in 285 Seconds-Renewable and Non Renewable
Energy Explained in 285 Seconds-Renewable and Non Renewable
Energy Explained in 285 Seconds-Renewable and Non Renewable
Energy Explained in 285 Seconds-Renewable and Non Renewable
Energy Explained in 285 Seconds-Renewable and Non Renewable
Energy Explained in 285 Seconds-Renewable and Non Renewable
Energy Explained in 285 Seconds-Renewable and Non Renewable
Energy Explained in 285 Seconds-Renewable and Non Renewable
Energy Explained in 285 Seconds-Renewable and Non Renewable
Energy Explained in 285 Seconds-Renewable and Non Renewable
Energy Explained in 285 Seconds-Renewable and Non Renewable
Energy Explained in 285 Seconds-Renewable and Non Renewable
Energy Explained in 285 Seconds-Renewable and Non Renewable
Energy Explained in 285 Seconds-Renewable and Non Renewable
Energy Explained in 285 Seconds-Renewable and Non Renewable
Energy Explained in 285 Seconds-Renewable and Non Renewable
Energy Explained in 285 Seconds-Renewable and Non Renewable
Energy Explained in 285 Seconds-Renewable and Non Renewable
Energy Explained in 285 Seconds-Renewable and Non Renewable
Energy Explained in 285 Seconds-Renewable and Non Renewable
Energy Explained in 285 Seconds-Renewable and Non Renewable
Energy Explained in 285 Seconds-Renewable and Non Renewable
Energy Explained in 285 Seconds-Renewable and Non Renewable
Energy Explained in 285 Seconds-Renewable and Non Renewable
Energy Explained in 285 Seconds-Renewable and Non Renewable
Energy Explained in 285 Seconds-Renewable and Non Renewable
Energy Explained in 285 Seconds-Renewable and Non Renewable
Energy Explained in 285 Seconds-Renewable and Non Renewable
Energy Explained in 285 Seconds-Renewable and Non Renewable
Energy Explained in 285 Seconds-Renewable and Non Renewable
Energy Explained in 285 Seconds-Renewable and Non Renewable
Energy Explained in 285 Seconds-Renewable and Non Renewable
Energy Explained in 285 Seconds-Renewable and Non Renewable
Energy Explained in 285 Seconds-Renewable and Non Renewable
Energy Explained in 285 Seconds-Renewable and Non Renewable
Energy Explained in 285 Seconds-Renewable and Non Renewable
Energy Explained in 285 Seconds-Renewable and Non Renewable
Energy Explained in 285 Seconds-Renewable and Non Renewable
Energy Explained in 285 Seconds-Renewable and Non Renewable
Energy Explained in 285 Seconds-Renewable and Non Renewable
Energy Explained in 285 Seconds-Renewable and Non Renewable
Energy Explained in 285 Seconds-Renewable and Non Renewable
Energy Explained in 285 Seconds-Renewable and Non Renewable
Energy Explained in 285 Seconds-Renewable and Non Renewable
Energy Explained in 285 Seconds-Renewable and Non Renewable
Energy Explained in 285 Seconds-Renewable and Non Renewable
Energy Explained in 285 Seconds-Renewable and Non Renewable
Energy Explained in 285 Seconds-Renewable and Non Renewable
Energy Explained in 285 Seconds-Renewable and Non Renewable
Energy Explained in 285 Seconds-Renewable and Non Renewable
Energy Explained in 285 Seconds-Renewable and Non Renewable
Energy Explained in 285 Seconds-Renewable and Non Renewable
Energy Explained in 285 Seconds-Renewable and Non Renewable
Energy Explained in 285 Seconds-Renewable and Non Renewable
Energy Explained in 285 Seconds-Renewable and Non Renewable
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Energy Explained in 285 Seconds-Renewable and Non Renewable

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This is a quick description of energy. We compare renewable and nonrenewable energy from where it is originated and how it is harnessed to produce electricity.

This is a quick description of energy. We compare renewable and nonrenewable energy from where it is originated and how it is harnessed to produce electricity.

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  • 1. IN 285 SECONDS Energy
  • 2. RENEWABLE ENERGY
  • 3. Where does Renewable Energy come from?
  • 4. SUN
  • 5. WIND
  • 6. WATER
  • 7. GEOTHERMAL
  • 8. GEOTHERMAL BIOMASS
  • 9. How Do We Convert Renewable Energy to Electricity?
  • 10. SOLAR PHOTOVOLTAICS
  • 11. WIND TURBINES
  • 12. TIDAL TURBINES
  • 13. GEOTHERMAL HEAT PUMP
  • 14. BIOMASS BOILERS
  • 15. NON RENEWABLE ENERGY
  • 16. Where does Non-Renewable Energy come from?
  • 17. COAL
  • 18. NATURAL GAS
  • 19. OIL
  • 20. NUCLEAR
  • 21. How Do We Convert Non Renewable Energy to Electricity?
  • 22. COAL POWER PLANTS
  • 23. NATURAL GAS POWER PLANTS
  • 24. OIL DRILLING
  • 25. NUCLEAR POWER PLANTS
  • 26. THE GROWING DEMAND FOR ENERGY
  • 27. TRANSPORTATION
  • 28. FOOD
  • 29. HOUSING
  • 30. RISING ELECTRICITY COSTS
  • 31. HOW MUCH ENERGY THE USA USES OF THE WORLD TOTAL ENERGY CONSUMPTION 19%
  • 32. WHAT IS THE PROCESS TO MEET ENERGY DEMAND?
  • 33. THERE ARE CURRENLTY 2 WAYS
  • 34. CENTRALIZED AND DISTRIBUTED
  • 35. THE CENTRALIZED PROCESS
  • 36. THE NON RENEWABLE COAL EXAMPLE
  • 37. STEP 1 EXTRACTED
  • 38. STEP 2 CRUSHED
  • 39. STEP 3 LOADED
  • 40. STEP 4 TRANSPORTED
  • 41. STEP 5 SHIPPED
  • 42. STEP 6 DELIVERED
  • 43. STEP 7 BURNED
  • 44. STEP 8 STEAM
  • 45. STEP 9 TURBINE
  • 46. STEP 10 GENERATOR
  • 47. STEP 11 POWER LINES
  • 48. STEP 12 SUB STATION
  • 49. STEP 13 POWER LINES
  • 50. STEP 13 LIGHT
  • 51. ROUGHLY 40% REACHES THE END USER
  • 52. THE DISTRIBUTED PROCESS
  • 53. THE RENEWABLE SOLAR EXAMPLE
  • 54. STEP 1 INSTALL
  • 55. STEP 2 SUNLIGHT
  • 56. STEP 3 CONVERT
  • 57. STEP 4 LIGHT
  • 58. LET’S COMPARE
  • 59. SOLAR RELEASES LESS POLLUTANTS
  • 60. COAL RELEASES MORE
  • 61. SOLAR CREATES LESS GREENHOUSE GASES
  • 62. COAL CREATES MORE
  • 63. SOLAR IMPACTS THE ENVIRONMENT LESS
  • 64. COAL IMPACTS MORE
  • 65. Generally, Renewables Are Better Than Non-Renewables…
  • 66. …and Solar is the Best Renewable!
  • 67. To Learn More, buy the Solar Electric Handbook from Solar Energy International (This PowerPoint was based off Chapter 1: The Case For Renewable Energy and all photos are sourced from the internet)
  • 68. For More Information About Solar Visit us at: www.clean-footprint.com Or Follow Us:

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