Energy Project

Energy Project

Published on 27 April 2020

Shark Tank Energy Project - Jack Hilarczyk

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Transcript
00:00
Fanatic Energy 
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Cleaner energy comes with a cleaner life
00:07
Our goal is to successfully create a hydropower plant that is cost-effective, energy-efficient, and environmentally friendly. 
00:17
My company an I are seeking 2 million dollars in order to started the project and will be offering a 10% stake in our operation. 
00:27
The process of how a hydropower plant converts flowing water into energy is relatively simple. First, flowing water is caught inside a turbine. As the turbine spins, it is producing mechanical energy which is immediately transmitted to the generator. The generators role is to convert the mechanical energy into usable  electrical power. 
00:43
What makes hydropower special is the percent of energy you can produce from the total amount available. Where fossil fuel plants are only about 50% efficient, hydropower plants are 90% efficient which allows for more energy at a cleaner and faster rate. A hydropower plany is capable of producing anywhere from $1,050/kW to $7,650/kW making it an amazing producer of energy. 
00:59
Pros 
00:59
Cons
00:59
Environmental Impact
00:59
Produces very little waste No fossil fuels No greenhouse gases producedRelies on water cycle(natural process)
01:01
Can affect organisms living in the waterFloodingCan cause local citizens to relocate Can effect water flow and quality
01:10
Pros 
01:10
Cons
01:10
Economic Impact
01:11
Cheaper energy for customersMore sustainable and reliableMaintance and fictional fees stay cheaper
01:12
Construction to build the plant is expansive Could cause environmental issues with can be expansive
01:22
Thank You
01:22
Hopefully with your help, our mission to create an energy-efficient hydropower plant that can also keep the environment safe will become a reality.