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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 United States 1 in 5 Fossil Fuels Solar Wind turbines, like aircraft propellerblades, turn in the moving air and power an electric generator that suppliesan electric current. 1 in 50 people in theU.S. receive electricity from wind power. as 10,000,000 represented The population of theU.S. is estimated at310,000,000. Checkout our energy sources and their contribution to providing us electricity! Nuclear Hydro 1 in 50 Fossil fuels come from petroleum,natural gas, and coal. These fuelsare burned in a boiler creating steamwhich turns a turbine producingelectricity. 7 in 10 people in the U.S.receive their electricity from fossil fuels. 1 in 15 7 in 10 1 in75 Splitting the atom is aprocess called nuclearfission and produces heat. Steam is created which turns aturbine producing electricity. 1 in 5 people in the U.S. receiveelectricity from nuclear power. Water falling by gravityturns a turbine producingelectricity. 1 in 15 peoplein the U.S. receive electricityfrom hydro-electric power. Biomass is matter usually thought of asgarbage. It can be dead trees, branches, yardclippings, left-over crops, wood chips, bark,and sawdust from lumber mills. It is burnedto produce steam which turns turbinesproducing electricity. 1 in 75 people in theU.S. receive electricity from biomass. Geothermal Water seeps into the groundand is heated by molten rock.The steam rises and is capturedto run turbines producing electricity.1 in 250 people in the U.S. receiveelectricity by geothermal. 1 in250 Wind 1 in3500 Where Do We Get Our Electricity? Biomass Light from the sun isconverted to electricityby solar cells. 1 in 3500people in the U.S. receiveelectricity by solar.
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