Presentations (with Power point/visual aids) Thursday 29th September
Future energy prospects of:
c)Tidal and wave-Tassos
Topics to cover for each energy type:
1.What is it and how does it work as a form of energy?
2. Where is is produced/consumed? Give specific examples
3. What are the advantages/benefits of this for our future energy supply?
4. What are the disadvantages/problems of this for our future energy supply?
PLEASE PRODUCE NOTES OF 1-2 SIDES OF A4 (7 COPIES) TO GIVE TO CLASS MEMBERS
The launch of the world’s first large-scale tidal energy farm in Scotland has been hailed as a significant moment for the renewable energy sector.
A turbine for the MeyGen tidal stream project in the Pentland Firth was unveiled outside Inverness in the Scottish Highlands.
After the ceremony, attended by Nicola Sturgeon, the turbine, measuring about 15 metres tall (49ft), with blades 16 metres in diameter, and weighing in at almost 200 tonnes, will begin its journey to the project’s site in the waters off the north coast of Scotland between Caithness and Orkney.
The turbine will be the first of four to be installed underwater, each with a capacity of 1.5 megawatts (MW), in the initial phase of the project.
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Theresa May is poised to give the go-ahead to the £18bn Hinkley Point C nuclear plant, but is expected to seek to drive a tougher bargain with China over the controversial project.
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