Hydroelectric energy


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Hydroelectric energy

The energy produced by moving water that is harvested for conversion into usable electrical energy.
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These include "Middle East pledges to increase investment in the Far East through agreements, coming up with mechanisms aimed at keeping energy prices stable and research in renewable energies like solar power and hydroelectric energy, addressing food security by making sure food is available, as Asia is the worlds largest producer of food commodities.
The Northern Pass project would bring into New England from Quebec 1,200 megawatts of clean, reliable and low-cost hydroelectric energy, enough to power about 1 million homes.
The Pakistanis, for example, bitterly resent the Baglihar Dam in India, which generates hydroelectric energy for Jammu and Kashmir.
Here are just a few examples: developing products derived from renewable sources or manufactured using rejects and waste from the Group's production chain; using clean hydroelectric energy for most of its production; and initiating projects targeted at protecting precious natural resources, such as water and the air.
Ozyegin said that the company's investments in the wind energy would reach 1 billion Turkish lira at the end of 2013, stating that the company was also interested in geothermal, solar, hydroelectric energy and thermal power plants.
As Orenstein explains, because the Dead Sea sits 400 meters below sea level, water taken from the Red Sea would north flow via gravity, generating hydroelectric energy along the way.
The areas of investment will include physical infrastructure, hydroelectric energy, agriculture, education and health, among many others.
We should instead be diversifying our portfolio of renewable energy, with tidal energy and hydroelectric energy especially important for us in Wales.
The Agenda for the meeting will include discussion on facilitation of Afghan imports through Karachi, investment opportunities in Sindh and exploration of the potential for hydroelectric energy in Afghanistan.
With Northern Ontario seeing the bulk of the province's efforts to ramp up hydroelectric energy, Ontario Power Generation (OPG) is plugging in to the needs of its staff and area communities alike.
The Bulgarian Minister referred to the development of the production of hydroelectric energy in his country.
Hydroelectric energy accounts for 73 per cent of the energy produced in Brazil.