from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Generating electricity by conversion of the energy of running water.
- adj. Of, relating to, or using electricity so generated.
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- adj. that generates electricity by converting the energy of moving water
- adj. of or relating to the electricity so produced
Of course, hydroelectric is there, but haven't most of the useful places been utilized.
He criticized the military's proposal to buy generators and diesel fuel for the energy-starved city of Kandahar and supported a longer-term hydroelectric dam project.
Most of our power comes from petroleum fired steam plants, about 25% from hydroelectric, which is nearly maxed out, a little from a few nuke plants, most of which are nearing the end of service.
Almost all energy production facilities, such as hydroelectric dams, tar sands, experimentation with oil shale, coal production, and so forth, also got much bigger.
The oil-equivalent metric represents all forms of energy consumed, including crude oil, nuclear, coal, natural gas and renewable sources such as hydroelectric power.
With a principle focus of creating a balance between maintaining a fragile habitat for wildlife and using natural resources wisely, Finca Bellavista aims to implement sustainable energy practices such as hydroelectric and solar power, while operating a full-fledged recycling center and a common garden area for the community.
Katie's class is studying energy, and she had a lot of related words in her vocabulary that she had to use in sentences, like "hydroelectric", "watts", and "geothermal".
However, in the surrounding region no development projects such as hydroelectric dams, gas pipelines, power lines, highways, logging or mining exist or are foreseen.
Of course, the most reasonable thing human beings can do is to use resources that cannot be exhausted, such as hydroelectric resources.
The agreement established a new framework for land use for government projects such as hydroelectric development, while protecting local aboriginal rights on the territory.
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