Hydroelectric power uses the natural flow of moving water to generate electricity. It is one of the oldest and largest sources of renewable energy.
Microhydropower systems usually generate up to 100 kilowatts of electricity. Most of the hydropower systems used by homeowners and small business owners would qualify as microhydropower systems. Learn more.
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