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Question 1: ________ is renewable and produces no greenhouse gases during operation, such as carbon dioxide and methane.
Pickens PlanWind power in New ZealandSolar powerWind power

Question 2: Micro hydro systems are ________ installations that typically produce up to 100 kW of power.
HydroelectricityWind powerPumped-storage hydroelectricityCoal

Question 3: Typical ________ are 20-40%, with values at the upper end of the range in particularly favourable sites.
Grid energy storageCapacity factorWind powerAvailability factor

Question 4: ________
Biomass
Geothermal
Hydroelectricity
Solar energy
Tidal power
Wave power
Wind power
Carbon footprintBiofuelEmissions tradingIndex of climate change articles

Question 5: Funding for a wave farm in Scotland was announced in February, 2007 by the ________, at a cost of over 4 million pounds, as part of a UK£13 million funding packages for ocean power in Scotland.
Scottish ParliamentScots lawScottish GovernmentScottish independence

Question 6: [1] The share of renewables in ________ is around 18%, with 15% of global electricity coming from hydroelectricity and 3.4% from new renewables.
Wind powerElectricity generationPower stationGrid energy storage

Question 7: ________ energy is a term usually reserved for large-scale hydroelectric dams.
Pumped-storage hydroelectricityHydroelectricityWind powerCoal

Question 8: ________ or "onsite" PV systems have the advantage of being matched to end use energy needs in terms of scale.
Thin film solar cellBuilding-integrated photovoltaicsSolar cellSolar thermal energy

Question 9: There are many of these installations around the world, including several delivering around 50 kW in the ________.
TongaSolomon IslandsAustraliaPapua New Guinea

Question 10: As of 2009, the 209 ________ (MW) Horns Rev 2 wind farm in Denmark is the world's largest offshore wind farm.
JouleWattBecquerelVolt
















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