Energy of the Future
How does a solar power station work? What are the pros and cons of wind turbines? How will hydrogen fuels provide carbon-free energy? This title describes how generating electricity contributes to global warming. It looks at the technology that is being developed to generate electricity without burning fossil fuels, and shows how everyone can help by using less electricity now.
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