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Introduction to Aquaponics

Introduction to Aquaponics

With the advancement of farming technology today, you might have encountered the word “aquaponics”. So what is aquaponics? It is a term being used for the symbiotic process in which both plants and fish have mutual relationships. It means that both of them can benefit with each other. It is a kind of environment where plants use the waste of fish as a means to live and survive and in the same way plant’s waste are used by fish to live. This brilliant idea of farming has been created with an aim for farmers and agricultural firms to take part...

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How Solar Powered Distillation of Water Works

How Solar Powered Distillation of Water Works

The distillation of water using solar energy is not a new concept. People have been doing it for literally thousands of years. Aristotle did not invent the method, but he did document the process. This is our first glimpse into the historical uses of sun to distill water. The history of when the technique was actually invented goes back farther than recorded history. The technique had been practiced successfully for thousands of years, but it wasn’t until the 1800s that a large scale plant was built dedicated to purifying and distilling water through solar power. The plant was originally located in...

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Introduction to hydro-electric energy

Introduction to hydro-electric energy

What is hydroelectric energy? Water is pretty powerful stuff! You know this if you have stood in a flowing stream and felt the water rushing past you. Or, if you have gone whitewater rafting in a raging river. Even ordinary images of a place such as Niagara Falls assist you in appreciating just how strong moving water is. This is not a new observation, and water has been used to produce different forms of energy for a very long time. When electricity is generated from flowing water, this is called hydroelectric energy, and the prefix ‘hydro’ refers to water. Hydroelectric...

Sep 13, 2017 0 comments

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Hydroelectric Power

Hydroelectric Power

We’ve all heard of hydropower, and it is, in fact, the largest form of renewable energy in the world, producing 21 per cent of the renewable energy and supplying over one-seventh of the earth’s population with power. Hydropower is the name of electricity generated from the gravitational force of water. Hydropower is a very positive source of energy as it produces few fossil fuel, or greenhouse gases. Hydropower has a long history of usage, though the first plant as we know it was built in 1878. The first half of the 20th century saw a number of hydropower plants built,...

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Interesting facts about geothermal energy

Interesting facts about geothermal energy

Geothermal Energy is another type of renewable energy resource that makes use of the large amounts of energy stored as heat in the water deep below the Earth’s surface with the most prominent and visual example of this coming from “Geysers” and “Hot Springs” ejecting large columns of very hot water, steam and gases high up into the air. In fact the word “Geothermal” comes from combining together the two Greek words of Geo, meaning “Earth”, and Therme, meaning “heat”, with the resulting word geothermal essentially meaning “heat generated directly from the earth’s crust”, then the expression “geothermal Energy” basically...

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