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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Cut trees for space, but they plant 3 somewhereelse after chopping them down. Hydroelectric Power Preserve and protect flora and fauna. Drill earth to make tunnels forthe pipes and turbines. Walls and nets protect the fish from getting chopped in theturbines Uses the mountain's steepness Uses water from the riverand then returns it No transformation to theenvironment Cleans garbage from the water Causes no pollution Distribution of Resources Very long energy linesneeded to move it aroundthe country Electricity poles transport energy from turbines to people's homes $omeone else buys the energyand distributes it by selling it to others Panama, Ecuador and Venezuela Only distributed in Colombia Though it could be sold to neighboring countries 65% of the countrie'senergy is renewable 35% of the countrie'senergy is non-renewable More people can afford it because not much money is spent, since they usethe environment to build rather than destroy it. Cheap energy Use of Resources Rain is essential It gives water to the rivers, which are later used to make energy Geologists Engineers-Civil and Electrical Topographers Turbines 100% renewable Water Pipes 100% dependant onwater Pressurecaused by altitude and steepness Clean water for turbinesto work Mountains Before construction-a lot of people are neededto build After construction-only 2 or 3 peopleneeded 30-60 cubed metersof water used persecond Rivers Impact on theEnvironment Information taken from Rafael Pardo, personal interview on February 9, 2015
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