Water acts as the direct force powering the turbines that generate electricity. Nuclear energy uses the heat generated by the fission of uranium and transfers it to water, this water then turns into steam that powers electricity-conducting turbines. Coal plants burn coal to produce steam in order to power turbines. Hydroelectricity uses water current generated from dams to power turbines to convert into electricity.
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