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Generating power from a waterfall only as tall as a man: Micro hydro broadens the appeal of hydropower

Generating power from a waterfall only as tall as a man: Micro hydro broadens the appeal of hydropower

Blog posts   •   May 18, 2017 07:20 GMT

Mounting concerns about environment degradation are accelerating adoption of many and various renewable energy systems around the world, with solar, wind, and biomass power among the more familiar. However, the largest single source of emission-free, renewable electricity worldwide is hydroelectric power, which harnesses the power of moving water to generate electricity.