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  • n. electricity produced from the energy of moving water

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  • n. electricity produced by water power


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  • Of this, hydroelectricity is the largest source of renewable power, producing 62% of the total renewable power in the US.

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  • "As long as you have an electricity advantage, you should be able to compete with the Chinese, and Alcan gets a lot of its power from hydroelectricity, which is the cheapest," Schmitt says.

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  • She says the country must find ways of improving the lives of those across the Amazon and exploiting its natural resources, such as hydroelectricity, without causing environmental damage.

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  • She also proposed that America invest in alternative energy sources such as hydroelectricity, solar power, and wind power.

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  • Instead, we need to be developing and using more alternative fuels, like clean-burning natural gas, and renewable energy sources such as hydroelectricity, solar power and wind power.

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  • Renewable energy sources, such as hydroelectricity and wind power, are beginning to gain much attention as Canada moves forward in its efforts to reduce GHG emissions.

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  • Australia has played an important part in developing Nepalese industry and infrastructure - particularly in areas such as hydroelectricity, grain management, civil aviation and forest regeneration.


  • "Renewables don't bring down your base load cost," Robertson argued, adding that sources such as hydroelectricity and wind were, at least in the short to medium term, expensive to produce and inconsistent.

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  • For example, investing in alternative energy and fuel sources such as hydroelectricity, as in the case of the Itaipu Dam in the Paraná River, would allow the region to achieve the energy demands essential for economic growth, yet be looked upon with favor by many of those involved as environmentally responsible.

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  • Lord Armstrong's country house at Cragside in Northumberland came second, although it was the first to be powered by hydroelectricity.

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