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A lesson about the most common energy sources.
Author: Jóri Johanna, Kissné Gera Ágnes, Vízvári Albertné
Reviewer: Horváthné Kunstár Andrea, Márton Gábor
renewable energy, renewable energy source, non-renewable energy resource, energy, energy source, energy demand, energy production, solar energy, power station, electric current, geothermal energy, wind energy, hydropower, biomass, hydroelectric power plant, nuclear power plant, natural gas, petroleum, photosynthesis, windmill, solar panel, battery, watermill, galvanic cell, coal, wind power station, solar thermal collector, electric energy, current, alternating current, environmentally friendly, environmental pollution, thermal water, , electric car, economy, household, fire, industrial revolution, sunlight, mining, extraction, nature study, geography, environmental protection
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