What is the energy transformation in the solar power plant?
solar (photovoltaic) power plant > radiant energy from the sun > converted to electrical energy
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Usually: Chemical (fuel) > Kinetic (fast moving steam) > Electric (turbines turn generators)
thermal->Mechanical Kinetic->Electric Potential
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they only make food for us, not a cycle, so non-living
A power plant produces electricity (electromagnetic energy) which is delivered to a user's home. There is no transformation as electric power is created at the plant, delivere…d via the power grid and used in the home.
heat energy then chemical energ y
It can be turned into power for your house, lightbulbs, and your electronic appliances.
The potential energy in the head of water is converted into kinetic energy in the turbine which converts the kinetic energy into electrical energy. Potential Energy of wate…r -> Kinetic Energy -> Electrical Energy
By photo synthesis
No, solar energy is produced by the sun. We can capture it with solar panels, or solar farms, which are banks of panels or other gadgets to capture the sun's heat and energy. …We can then transform this into electricity.
In Global Warming
Energy in a system may be transformed so that it resides in a different state. As a source of energy, nothing matches the sun. After passing through the Earth's atmosphere, mo…st of the sun's energy is in the form of visible and ultraviolet light. Plants use solar energy to create chemical energy through photosynthesis. Humans regularly use this energy burning wood or fossil fuels, or when simply eating the plants.
Potential energy- kinetic energy- heat energy- electric energy :)
In Solar Power
Solar energy plants are generally located where there are few clouds. The desert is a good location.
Water energy (kinetic energy) to mechanical energy to electrical energy!
They use the process of photosynthesis. Here light energy isconverted into chemical energy.