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New form of Energy for Capetown Capetown is considered to be the largest city in South Africa having a population of over 2727000 inhabits The energy form used in Capetown at the moment is Gas Turbine wich provides most of the citys electricity The use of electricity in Capetown is very low compared to western countries for example there is only one TV for almost ten people the energy consumption per inhabit a year is about 4000 kWh wich is 2550 kWh less than the energy consumption per inhabit a year in Paris France Our plan is to built the most effective cheap also inviromentaly friendliest way to produce energy for the 1 575 000 inhabits of Capetown we came to the solution BUILT A NUCLEAR POWER PLANT Picture of Loviisa Nuclear power plant We explain our solution by the following facts If we built other forms of plants we would need 3Coal power plants or 12Hydro power plants or 7Gas turbine power plants or 173Solar power plants or 4792Wind power plants but we only need one nuclear power plant to provide enough electricity for 1 575 000 people Inviromental facts that concerned us A nuclear power plant may sound nasty and dangerous from the naturistic point of view but that is not a fact A very good example of this is the amount of fuel that a 900 MW nuclear power plant needs wich is about one van of uranium per year but a coal power plant with same capacity needs about 140 tons of coal per hour and it also polutes the air by carbon dioxide wich is released when coals stored energy is been transformed into heat energy The carbon dioxide wich is been released in the prosess causes greenhouse effect wich is the main cause of increased temperature of world A hydro power plant does not need fuel but
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