Definition of Hydroelectricity

1. Noun. Electricity produced by water power.

Generic synonyms: Electricity
Derivative terms: Hydroelectric



Definition of Hydroelectricity

1. Noun. electricity produced from the energy of moving water ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Hydroelectricity

hydrodynamics
hydrodynamometer
hydrodynamometers
hydroecology
hydroelastic
hydroelectric
hydroelectric bath
hydroelectric dam
hydroelectric dams
hydroelectric generator
hydroelectric generators
hydroelectric power
hydroelectric turbine
hydroelectrical
hydroelectrically
hydroelectricity (current term)
hydroencephalocele
hydroengineering
hydroentangle
hydroentangled
hydroentanglement
hydroentangling
hydroextractor
hydroextractors
hydroferricyanic
hydroferrocyanic
hydrofield
hydrofields
hydrofining
hydrofluate

Literary usage of Hydroelectricity

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1. Projected Costs of Generating Electricity: 2005 Update by OECD Nuclear Energy Agency, International Energy Agency (2005)
"Figure 4.6 - Levelised costs of hydroelectricity at 5% discount rate (USD/MWh) Figure 4.7 - Levelised costs of hydroelectricity at 10% discount rate ..."

2. Diversity, Globalization, and the Ways of Nature by Danilo J. Anton (1995)
"The use of hydroelectricity Hydroelectric power was one answer to the increasing need for energy and the problems caused by burning wood and coal. ..."

3. International Energy Outlook (1995) by DIANE Publishing Company (1995)
"hydroelectricity remains a small factor in terms of world energy consumption, but it is important regionally. For example, in Canada, in the developing ..."

4. International Energy Outlook 98: With Projections Thru 2020 edited by Mary Hutzler, Linda Doman, Arthur T. Anderson (1998)
"World Consumption of hydroelectricity and Other Renewable Energy in Three Cases, 1970-2020 Quadrillion Btu 1970 i ifl» :/•• V- ..."

5. The energy resources of the United States: a field for reconstruction by Chester G Gilbert, Joseph Ezekiel Pogue (1919)
"The transportation of hydroelectricity, so far as it is produced, is satisfactory. ... The utilization of hydroelectricity is satisfactory. ..."

6. Preparing for Climate Change: Proceedings, Second North American Conference (1993)
"Since no absolute measure exists, this study assumed that regions dependent on hydroelectricity for more than 25 percent of total demand on an annual basis ..."

7. The History of the International Energy Agency: IEA, the First 20 Years by Richard Scott, International Energy Agency (1995)
"... and nine per cent respectively, with the biggest declines coming in North America and Europe. Section IV.D.5., hydroelectricity and Other Renewables The ..."

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