ENERGY SOURCES AROUND THE WORLD
To inform my audience about the various type of energy source used around the world. Central Idea:
Every country has its own way to generate energy which utilizes different methods and its efficiency can be explained by several factors.
I. Energy is very important in our life especially in the modern world we live in today. So, can you imagine how our life will be without electricity and how it will affect our civilization? II. Almost everything we do today uses energy, even the things we do every day such as driving car, watching television and playing with our computer. III. As we know, there are 2 types of energy that is renewable and non-renewable energy. A. Renewable energy is energy that comes from natural resource that will not run out and it is the type of energy that is most used around the world. B. Non-renewable energy however is energy source that cannot be reproduced, grown and generated. (Quote: The sooner we get started with alternative energy sources and recognize that fossil fuels makes us less secure as a nation, and more dangerous as a planet, the better off we'll be.- Lindsey Graham)
(Internal preview: Today, I would like to inform all of you about the various type of energy source used by countries out there, the method utilized in using the energy source and several factor that contribute to the energy sources efficiency.)
(Transition: First of all, I will start with the first energy source that is solar energy)
I. One of the energy source used around the world is solar energy. It is one example of renewable energy because the sun shines us endlessly. Some of the countries using solar energy are Egypt, German and Japan. A. Energy can be extracted from the sun by using two methods. 1. First is by using solar panel which is lenses or mirror that is used to focus the sun ray and produce heat. 2. Second is by using solar cell or...
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