Hydro and Ocean Power Technology

The most usual water technology is hydropower, in which the force of moving water propels a turbine, which in turn runs a generator to create electricity. Hydropower and different water technologies are renewable because their fuel is regularly restored over the water cycle; they are clean replacement to the burning of fossil fuels that cause climate change. Hydropower does not require the acquisition of fuels for generation, unlike natural gas, coal and other fuel-burning plants.

Ocean thermal energy conversion (OTEC) uses steam produced from heated surface water to spin generating turbines. Cold deep ocean water summarizes the steam back into water for reuse. A 36°F temperature variation is necessary between the surface and deep water

 

  • Wave power | Tidal energy | marine current turbine | ocean thermal conversion

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