What else produces energy instead of coal?
Sun, nuclear fuels, oil, gas, wind, waves, rivers, animals, bio fuels.
Because the energy is wasted it still cannot be destroyed instead it is transformed into something else such as heat energy for something else.
geothermal energy can be used as an alternative to fossil fuels and coal in the future , it is a good source of energy because it does not cause pollution.
Current alternatives include electricity, solar energy, and nuclear energy.
We use it for trains but instead we could be using something else like oil since that is what we use for our cars! Hope I helped! : )
Nuclear energy produces long-lived radioactive waste. There is also a possibility of accidents that would release radioactive material into the environment. However, there is little to no greenhouse gas or smog produced by a fission plant, so (like everything else) it's a trade-off. Nuclear plants also release far less radiation when operating properly than a coal power plant does. This is because coal contains radioactive uranium and its various products xx
Because the Sun is the only source of energy we have. Everything else like coal, oil, gas, hydroelectric, is or was produced by the action of the Sun's light and heat.
Sunlight is a resource that doesn't run out. So if that energy is used instead of something else such as fossil fuels, then this helps to conserve those fuels.
Nuclear energy is actually a very good thing. The bad part about it is how to dispose of, or store the long-term radioactive waste it produces. Aside from that problem, it's about the cleanest form of energy known (wind and solar require large areas of land; so does most hydropower (for the lake formed behind the dam); just about everything else produces air pollution and/or greenhouse gases).
You can use it in a coal burning furnace to heat your house, or you could throw it at your friends, birds, or anything else. You could probably carve something out of a lump of coal, like a nice bear or person. You could also round it into a ball and play baseball with it. Most people use it for energy, though. Not by eating it, but you could try that, too.
The Chinese workers use coal for making magnets or somthing else...
Combustion (the burning of something) releases chemical energy stored in the fuel, whatever it is. The fuel might be wood, coal, oil or petroleum fuel, or something else like that. But whatever the fuel is, we burn it, generally to create heat (thermal energy). This thermal energy is used as we wish. We might convert it to mechanical energy to move a vehicle, or something like that.
Conventional would be anything that is basically the majority of our power source. Coal is used almost exclusively for electricity, and petroleum in some form or another is used for almost everything else.
It produces water and carbon dioxide.
Oil and natural gas.
The higher the carbon content, the better the quality of the coal. In any piece of coal, whatever isn't carbon is logically something else - usually sulfur compounds (that's pollution when the coal is burned).
Underground, where else? (not strip mining)
instead: to take the place of something else.
Examples of fossil fuels are coal, oil and natural gas. Fossil fuels are nonrenewable energy sources which can be used to make electricity in a power station but it is very bad for the planet and global warming. Fossil fuels are running out slowly so we need to think of something else which is a renewable source of energy.
Because it PRODUCES the food that it itself and everything else eats - hence it name!. Producers are mainly all plants but there are also some specialist bacteria that can harvest chemical energy from their environment.
Cause it is the only powerful source of energy,and nothing else can power stuff as strong as fossil fuels can. Fossil fuels (coal, oil and natural gas) are a powerful source of energy and powers much of the planet, however they take millions of years to reproduce and we are using them much, much faster than they can form. They also produce Carbon Dioxide which in turn produces Greenhouse gases and air polution, which contributes… Read More
Because if it were something else you'd be asking why it is that instead of what it is.
Like everyone else by foot, horse, or wagon.
it is an energy nothing else
Using coal as you source of electricity creates jobs for the miners, some truck drivers, rail road company and the electric companies. Coal is one of our major natural sources that is being used to create energy for the United States. In some locations in the states, the only jobs that you can find are either teacher, medical work, and mines. If you don't want to do any of these, you have to go else… Read More
State a purpose you would want something else for.
use energy means use nothing else
The energy from sunlight goes into the plant
one product that i know that come out of west Virginia is coal what else
it is produced else where only aqbt 3% in your brrain
"Hi" or "Mr./Miss. Name" can be used instead of dear.
well obviously an organism that produces its own food is called a PRODUCER!!.. OK NOT ANYTHING ELSE CAUSE THEN THAT WOULD BE A LIE!
The same way everything else gets it energy. It eats.
In an exothermic reaction the reactants release energy to the environment when they react - like coal burning. In an endothermic reaction the reactants need to absorb energy from their environment when they react, so the reaction feels cold in your hand, or else you have to heat it continually to make it react. The products would then be at a higher energy level than the reactant were. Photosynthesis is an interesting example of an… Read More
What is the greatest factor that has kept alternative energy sources from being universally accepted or adopted?
Coal was easy to find, easy to dig up and easy to burn, and we didn't know that the carbon dioxide and other pollution would cause so much damage. The same with oil. And a tiny amount of oil has so much energy to release that we thought we would never need anything else.
0 Hz (no energy) to ∞ Hz (infinite energy). Everything else is at an intermediate energy.
No, electricity is not a renewable source of energy . Renewable source of energy is referring only to the type of what we call the primary source of energy which is either renewable like solar or exhaustible like coal or oil. Electricity is a secondary source of energy which depends on the primary source of energy for its production. Electricity may be called also energy carrier. Energy carrier means the transportable form of energy produced… Read More
Almost everyone used it. They used it for heating, cooking, and almost everything else.
it produces secretion that helps increase your sexual libido
Energy transfer: take it somewhere else. Energy conversion: change it to another type of energy.
The movement of the water means there is kinetic energy. This is a kind of mechanical energy. By the way, it is incorrect to say that the river ismechanical energy. This sounds as if the river were only energy, and nothing else. You might say that the river has mechanical energy. The movement of the water means there is kinetic energy. This is a kind of mechanical energy. By the way, it is incorrect to… Read More
On the other hand,
elephant and everything else that does not give off energy:)
Energy is never lost. It always transfers to something else.
Heat & light energy during chemical reaction.
The energy we receive from the sun is nuclear in origin, and that is what caused the vegetation to grow that turned into fossil fuels. The sun's heat drives the weather and that produces wind for wind turbines and rain for hydro power and ocean waves for wave power. The uranium we use probably arose from supernovas that preceded the sun's formation, but we can now use the nuclear energy it contains. Biomass is obvously… Read More
or else they died
An energy resource like coal, oil or natural gas is called non-renewable because it does not renew itself every day like wind power or sunlight. We burn oil, and it is finished. Gone. After that we have to think of something else.
It's the same as the law of conservation of energy anywhere else: No energy can be destroyed, and no new energy can be created.