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generate electricity from table fan motor / hydro power generator homemade

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hydro power, electricity produced from generators driven by turbines that convert the potential energy of falling or fast-flowing water into mechanical energy. In the early 21st century, hydroelectric power was the most widely utilized form of renewable energy; in 2019 it accounted for more than 18 percent of the world’s total power generation capacity.

DIY Wind Turbine Generator from old Fan

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How to make Wind Turbine from old fan

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Energy from Volcanoes | Geothermal Energy | Grade 9 Science Quarter 3 Week 3 -4| DepEd MELC-based

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Energy from Volcanoes | Geothermal Energy | Grade 9 Science Quarter 3 Week 3 -4| DepEd MELC-based

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Grade 9 Science: Quarter 3 Week 3: Energy from Volcanoes: Geothermal Energy

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– What is Geothermal energy?
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– Advantages and Disadvantages of Geothermal Energy

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Construction Of Hydroelectric Wheels From Drums

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Dealing with waste from renewable energy

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As the U.S. attempts to shift away from fossil fuels, renewable energy resources bring waste problems of their own. Recycling or disposing of wind turbine blades and solar panels can be tricky, and many often just end up in land fills. Ben Tracy reports.

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Ways To Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Transportation

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Transportation expert and Better Transit Alliance member, Eric Doherty, provides some examples of how we can reduce greenhouse gas emissions from our daily transportation needs.

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Designing Policies to Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Energy Use

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Designing Policies to Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Energy Use

Sanford School of Policy professor Billy Pizer outlines the challenges of designing policies that rein in the environmental impacts of energy use.

While it’s true that Earth’s temperatures and carbon dioxide levels have always fluctuated, the reality is that humans’ greenhouse emissions since the industrial revolution have put us in uncharted territory.


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How greenhouse gas emissions from rice can be minimised through regenerative production

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How greenhouse gas emissions from rice can be minimised through regenerative production

The global food system is responsible for between 20-30% of greenhouse gas emissions, most of which are generated at the production stage. Take rice, for example, a food staple that is eaten regularly by over half the world’s population.
Conventional rice production generates emissions equivalent to the entire global aviation industry. So how can we produce rice in a way that uses fewer resources and regenerates nature? A growing number of farmers around the world are changing the way they produce rice, by adopting an agroecological approach called the System of Rice Intensification (SRI).
This method relies on a small group of simple interventions that together significantly reduces water use, methane production, and the use of chemicals, while providing better yields and reducing labour for rice farmers.
Multinational companies who support this type of agriculture through procurement and product design can address their scope 3 emissions and build resilience in their supplier communities.
According to Project Drawdown, SRI currently accounts for 4% of rice production. If this was increased to 25%, the emissions reduction would be equivalent to that which is currently generated by the whole of India.
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Biomass: How clean is energy from waste and plants really?

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Clean energy from re-growing resources and waste. Biomass sounds like a perfect alternative power source. Globally, at least 5% of energy come from biomass. But what does it mean if we use organic matter for fuel or electricity?

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“Wood is one of the few energy sources that emits more carbon than coal.” Burning biomass allowed civilization to evolve and advance in remarkable ways, but smoke that comes as a byproduct is carbon-heavy and kills around 2 million people per year.

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Free Energy from Stream , Micro hydro turbines. | DIY |

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These are micro hydroelectric converter from flowing water.ranging from 10 – 20 watts and 0 – 22 volts ac.Useful for remote off grid rural areas as well as in camping. It is enough to light domestic led bulbs/tubes, charge mobiles, charge a 12 volt 4 Ah battery etc..
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