what is keeping hydroelectric power from widespread use?

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    Before common use of wind and solar power, hydroelectric power was used frequently in many countries. However, as the popularity of wind and solar power grew, hydroelectric power plants were left to decline rather than maintained and the power source fell out of favor. This is not the case anymore however, as we learn that it is multiple different energy sources that will help use move on from fossil fuel energy in the future. However, this doesn’t mean that the hydroelectric plants once used will be fixed up and put back into use. Rather, this old technology is being revamped and customized into even more efficient hydroelectric power that will be able to keep up with the latest wind and solar power energy sources.

    Any countries not using hydropower probably don’t have the means with which to make the energy source beneficial for their needs or simply because regulations have slowed down the process of getting hydropower energy working for them. Hopefully with time and money, it can become a power source that many countries rely on in the future.

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    Before common use of wind and solar power, hydroelectric power was used frequently in many countries. However, as the popularity of wind and solar power grew, hydroelectric power plants were left to decline rather than maintained and the power source fell out of favor. This is not the case anymore however, as we learn that it is multiple different energy sources that will help use move on from fossil fuel energy in the future. However, this doesn’t mean that the hydroelectric plants once used will be fixed up and put back into use. Rather, this old technology is being revamped and customized into even more efficient hydroelectric power that will be able to keep up with the latest wind and solar power energy sources.

    Any countries not using hydropower probably don’t have the means with which to make the energy source beneficial for their needs or simply because regulations have slowed down the process of getting hydropower energy working for them. Hopefully with time and money, it can become a power source that many countries rely on in the future.

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