Energy Sources By:Alberto Sánchez-Cortés Madera Nº 30 & Javier Cardoso Díaz Nº 11 3ºA
IndexEnergy sources Envioremental -Nuclear energy consecuences: -Nuclear & Hidroelectric E.: -Hydroelectric power -Wind & Solar Energy: -Wind energy -Geothermal & Biomass E. : -Solar energy -Geothermal -Biomass and biogas -Ocean energy
Nuclear energy: Greenhouse gas emissions of nuclear fission power of routine health risk small relative to those associated with the coal, but "mortal danger" but is not limited to: excessive heating of the fuel has great potential emissions of the environment, the spread of nuclear weapons proliferation.Hydropower energy: The environmental consequences of hydropower are related to encroachments upon nature due to damming or lowering of the water level, changed water flow and building of roads and power lines
Wind energy: It doesnt cause lots of problems the unic thing is that some flying animals hit with the arms of the wind mill.Solar energy: When people produce solar panels they have leftover stuff that can pollute and when creating solar panels the manufacturers have to use energy, which pollutes the air, creates heavy metal emissions, and greenhouse gases.
Geothermal energy: There may be an escape of various greenhouse gases like carbon dioxide and methane from the drilling, but these will be temporary.Biomass energy :Using biomass as a fuel produces air pollution in the form of carbon monoxide, NOx (nitrogen oxides), VOCs (volatile organic compounds), particulates and other pollutants.