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Hydroelectricity is a term used to describe power that is created by the force of flowing water.
This kind of electricity is fueled by water. therefore, it does not pollute the air like power plants that burn fossil fuels do. it is also a renewable resource making it more affordable and reliable. other power options such as coal and natural gas are the opposite because they are non-renewable and being quickly depleted.
Also hydroelectric reservoirs can offer a variety of activities to the public. these include fishing and swimming. another benefit of hydroelectricity is that they can power the grid as soon as they are put into operation. this is vital for places that have frequent outages.
hydroelectric dams do however, impact fish and other aquatic species in the ecosystem.
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