Sure, hydroelectricity will continue to work, essentially as long as it rains.
Two problems that come to mind. One that the industrialized world has pretty much tapped the resource to the limit. There aren't many additional places that we can usefully build more hydroelectric dams. Another issue is that the reservoirs tend to silt up because all the suspended sediments flowing with the river water settle into the reservoir basins, which will eventually lead to the lake being full of dirt and not water. Small lakes can be dredged or cleaned by opening the floodgates, but in a big lake, say Lake Powell, that doesn't work
There's also a possible potential problem in areas using rivers of mountain snow and glacier melt- water, that if climate change does eventually reduce the snow-fall the rivers may be much reduced - unless the snow is replaced by equivalent rain-fall.
I'm not sure how much silting is a problem because the water for a power-station is often (normally?) taken at or near surface level, not from the base of the dam, as long as the pipe to the turbines can be kept full to maintain full head. Dams are provided with flushing-valves in their bases.
Yes because nonrenewable energy can run out and you can use renewable energy for a long time
There are so many of these where to begin. All of these may be used in the future or are now in use, solar energy, wind energy, geothermal power, and hydroelectric power.
hydroelectric energy is energy that comes from water
Nuclear energy will run out in 2,100 AD and fossil fuels will run out in 2,300 AD. After that, clean and renewable energy will be commonly used. In the near future, most electricity will come from hydroelectric energy and geothermal energy.
Hydroelectric energy has been used in the past at many places. An example is Niagra Falls.
Hydroelectric energy is electric energy produced with hydro(water). How the electricity is produced makes no difference on how it is used. Electricity is used for lights, electric motors, electric heat etc.
this question does not make much sence but yes hydroecectric power is used lots in many different countries. Infact the world get 19% of its energy from hydroelectric power
hydroelectric energy is found in the earth core
What city runs on Hydroelectric energy?
amount of hydroelectric energy is available
Because - they are renewable sources of energy..... fossil fuels are a finite source... they WILL run out in the near future !
In the near future, most electricity will come from hydroelectric, Solar and Wind energy technology and or a mixture of all
Since hydroelectric energy supplies electricity, any industry that uses electricity from a hydroelectric plant relies on this energy.
hydropower or hydroelectric power
A dam is used for hydroelectric energy.
Solar energy can help grow plants which can be used as future energy.
in states that's knid of poor an can not afford it
The expression is used for th hydroelectric energy.
hydroelectric energy is free to the fuel fossil
energy moves through hydroelectric energy because of all the heating and the movement of the whole source
Whether the electricity is generated by conventional power stations, or hydroelectric power generation, the electricity used in homes and businesses will still be the same, and used the same.
Hydroelectric energy is electricity and is put on the national grid for use by the public. It is used for pretty much every modern process of anything, in some way or another.
who invented hydroelectric energy