Water its self does not provide energy, however it can store some of the Suns energy, usefully in the form of potential energy (by virtue of its elevation in the gravity field of the planet).
Sun provides energy for earth's water cycle. It provides thermal energy for evaporation.
The sun provides the energy for liquid water to become water vapor, an invisible gas this cycle is called evaporation.
These energy sources are the movement of water molecules and the temperature.
Sun provides thermal energy. it drives water cycle.
Food's nutrition and water.
The molecule that provides energy for every cell is glucose. It is broken down during cellular respiration into carbon dioxide, water and energy.
The continuous movement of water.
It basically provides nutrients and energy to the cell.
Thermal energy from sun powers water cycle.It provides heat to evaporate.
Provides is the main verb. There is no auxiliary verb in that sentence.
This is the continuous Brownian movement of water molecules.
Sun provides energy for evaporation. It provides heat.
They aren't. The Sun provides energy for water waves (and, indeed, for most processes on Earth), but water is only an intermediate storage of energy, in some cases.
Protein provides energy.
The sun provides the energy needed to evapourate water from the surface of oceans, seas and lakes etc and it also provides the heat energy to prevent almost all of the water on the Earth from freezing.
The kinetic energy of the molecules is the source.
In cold weather the water boiler which provides central heating and water heating uses the most energy.