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Where in the United States do we use the most hydroelectric power?
we use the most hydroelectric power in kansas
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Hydro electricity is good because water is all around us. This means that we do not need to change the entire landscape dramatically. Next we have the fact that it is cheaper …due to the fact that at one time there are very little personnel on the floor resulting in lower costs for the customers. Now I look at the structure of the dams they use. The dams are strong and some built hundreds of years ago are still in use today. There are also low emissions, however, the emissions are only from the building process. Finally I turn to how much power hydro-electricity makes. With the amount of dams we have today we could power the world two times over! And for all those tax payers and people that want to keep their money, going to hydro electricity is a very good decision to make.
In most countries it just goes into the electricity distribution network, so it is not possible to say. There may be some isolated places that only have hydro power, but in an…y case it is used for all the usual things we use electricity for
About 10% of the US's electricity is hydro powered, so about 1 out of 10 homes is powered by hydroelectricity. But hydro power does account for 80% of renewable energy i…n the US.
China is the largest producer of hydroelectricity, followed by Canada, Brazil, and the United States. Hydropower represents 19-percent of total electricity production.
Hydroelectric power is a great way to keep our environment clean. Unlike gasoline, hydroelectric power combusts to form water as a byproduct which does not ha…rm earth.
There are many states that have potential to use hydroelectric power. One of the states that have the greatest potential is Alaska.
It is the most powerful court when dealing with federal questions (federal laws or constitutional issues). However, the Supreme Court has no power to reverse state courts when… they make rulings based purely on state law (including state constitutions), and there are no outstanding federal questions in the case.
When the water is falling from height. The more the falling speed, the greater the energy.
What percentage of the electricity used in the united States is produced by hydroelectric power plants?
approximately 20 percent
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Some argue that hydroelectric power should be used to generate more energy for the United states. Which argument could be used to dispute this idea?
Dams hinder fish migration and cause huge changes to the environment both up-and downstreams of the dam.