Coal energy

Coal energy

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  • Do you know where your energy comes from?
  • Hey Ben, how does this lump of rock make energy?
  • Well Ron, just read the text at the bottom
  • Wow! this is a lot of coal!
  • Yeah, well did you know coal is Australia's primary source of energy. Producing around 73% of our enerygy
  • By Sarah, Alicia and Almeta
  • The thermal coat of coal is pulverised and burnt. After burnt, the high pressured steam is then used to make a turbine spin. Then the turbines causes coiled filled magnets to spin and create electron to move. This is elctricity
  • So can we use the coal again once it already been used?
  • No, because coal is non renewable
  • Australia is the worlds forth largest coal producer
  • Hey Ben, did you know coal power to supply during peak power demand either as base power or as off-peak power is greatly valued.
  • Well done Ron
  • The truck delivers the coal to the power plant also known as fire power stations
  • Coal-fires power is classified as non-renewable energy because the non-renewable energy produced by burning coal. Coal is a non-renewable energy that cannot be replaced
  • Coal energy is an affordable energy source because of the coals stable price compared to other fuel sources.
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