Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Electricity generated by means of water-power or steam.
“-- Some 61% of Canada's electricity is generated from clean hydro-electricity sources compared with 5.7% in the US.”
“Physical destruction of habitat is chiefly a result of the development of infrastructure, including the construction of artillery ranges, buildings, hydro-electricity facilities, pipelines, roads, etc.”
“Successful grads include NanoRidge Materials, which makes carbon nanotubes to make metal alloys 10 times stronger than steel; Hydro Green Energy, which produces hydro-electricity using the energy generated not by a damn but by the natural flow of a river of stream.”
“They illustrated that local and regional innovations, such as promotion of wind, solar and hydro-electricity investments, hold the key to immediate CO2 reductions.”
“Scottish and Southern Energy, the UK's largest hydro-electricity producer, would not comment directly on Scottish Water's entry into the energy market.”
“I don't worry too much about the hydro-electricity (try and carry it, Hah!).”
“Every single mechanical machine we have created requires fuel or energy to function, like oil, gas, hydro-electricity, nuclear energy, solar energy, etc.”
“As water flows downward from the Gulf of Aqaba to the Dead Sea it will produce enough hydro-electricity to power the desalination plants that are to be built near the Dead Sea.”
“Estimating watershed service values of savannah woodlands in West Africa using the effect on production of hydro-electricity.”
“Akosombo hydro-electricity dam which feeds power to Ghana and nearby”
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