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Lieve's presentatie met een groepje van haar klas gehouden op 8 februari 2009

Lieve's presentatie met een groepje van haar klas gehouden op 8 februari 2009

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  • First mills, used for farming. They also think about a lot of new, more effecient, designs, such as this one.

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  • 1. Wind Energy Wind Energy Made possible by: Noortje van Gils, Anne van den Brule, Mascha de Groot, Lauren Gommers and Lieve Brouwers
  • 2. Subjects *Physical/chemical processes *Where can it be achieved? *On what scale can it be applied? *When can this resource be used? *Hydrogen *Benefits and backlashes *Positive & negative effects on the ecosystem *Which investments are to be made? *What about the future? *Why is this a good example of a renewable energy source?
  • 3. Physical Process: Chemical process:
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  • 5. Where can it be achieved? *Coastal areas
  • 6. Where can it be achieved? *Coastal areas *On top of rounded hills
  • 7. Where can it be achieved? *Coastal areas *On top of rounded hills *Large open spaces
  • 8. Where can it be achieved? *Coastal areas *On top of rounded hills *Large open spaces *Gaps in mountains
  • 9. On which scale can it be applied? Small scale = <100 KW Large scale = >100 KW
  • 10. When can this resource be used? Strong wind!
  • 11. Hydrogen Wind energy stored in hydrogen.
  • 12. Benefits and Backlashes Benefits *Clean *Cost competitive *Renewable *Local *Reliable and efficient Backlashes *Noise pollution *Space for turbines
  • 13. Positive and Negative effect on the the ecosystem Positive effects *No fuel burnt *No air/water pollution Negative effects *Bats/birds killed *Visual pollution
  • 14. Which investments are to be made? *Expensive materials *Time *Money
  • 15. What about the future? *34% more wind energy than now *Prices go down
  • 16. Why is this a good example of a r renewable energy source? Because the wind will blow as long as the sun shines!