Production d’énergie éolienne

Primary energyAll energy sources that have not undergone any conversion process and remain in their natural state.. refers to natural energy “sources”, including fossil fuels such as coalCoal is ranked by its degree of transformation or maturity, increasing in carbon content from... , oil and natural gas, and low-carbon energy sources such as nuclear and renewable energyEnergy sources that are naturally replenished so quickly that they can be considered inexhaustible on a human time scale... that emit little-to-no CO2See Carbon Dioxid . Renewable energy comes from sources like hydro, solar, wind, geothermalDescribes the technology used to tap subsurface heat to produce energy... , biomassIn the energy sector, biomass is defined as all organic matter of plant or animal origin... and waste, and have the advantage of never running out. Primary energy sources are converted into secondary energySecondary energy is energy produced by converting so-called primary energy, or energy available in its natural state in the environment... and energy carriers, which are easier for humans to use. Examples include electricityForm of energy resulting from the movement of charged particles (electrons) through a conductor... , heatIn the field of statistical thermodynamics today, heat refers to the transfer of the thermal agitation of the particles making up matter... , fuelFuel is any solid, liquid or gaseous substance or material that can be combined with an oxidant... and hydrogenThe simplest and lightest atom, the most abundant element in the universe. .

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The Energy Road Trip

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EN quiz Energy / Easy

Here are four simple questions to test, in a flash, your knowledge of the sources and forms of energy, which you have studied in detail in your physics, chemistry, life and science or technology classes. A good way to reassure yourself!

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