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HarYan
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Mega-what? YN's electric energy sources.

Postby HarYan » Tue Nov 16, 2021 5:56 am

What are the main sources used to generate electricity to power the grid of your nation? Why did you choose these sources in the past, and what you want to use in the future?

Empire of HarYan energy sources:

-> Nuclear: about 30%.
-> Hydro: about 17%.
-> Coal: about 23%.
-> Natural gas: about 20%.
-> Solar: about 5%.
-> Wind: about 5%.

Nuclear power is by far the most efficient form of generating power ever, and despite what many say is also one of the safest and cleanest too. Haves one of the best cost-benefits possible, with few nuclear fuel being capable to sustain entire regions for years, with a NPP lasting forever if well-maintained. Almost like literal infinite power. Modern reactors are absolutely safe, and is not so difficult to handle the nuclear waste as it is said by those who oppose nuclear power. So, the country invested a lot in this kind of power.

Hydro is good in generating high amounts of energy at a reasonable price, but have severe drawbacks. Areas of entire counties may be destroyed to open the space to the water reservoirs, lots of people will have their properties confiscated by the State due to this, its absolutely devastating for anyone a bit close to it and to the local environment. If the problem are the greenhouse gases, hydro still being bad due to the fact that all organic matter submerged by the water will decompose, liberating huge amounts of such gases. The only exceptions are small, local dams that have much smaller impacts. Another terrible disadvantage is that, in case of a natural drought period, or thaw variations, something that will happen inevitably sometime, the costs of energy will skyrocket and there will be lack of power. Due to this reasons, the harianish government decided to build only some huge dams, complementing with smaller ones if needed. These dams that were constructed in important and appropriate rivers still to generate lots of energy. Due to this plus the amounts of energy produced by smaller dams, hydro still being very important to the countries energy production.

Coal still being a cheap way to produce huge amounts of energy, so in the lack of better means and of the country haves huge reserves of it, it should be used. However, due to its inefficiency in the long-term, it must be gradually replaced. Its also more used in the country to be converted to liquid fuels rather than burned to produce power to the electric grid. Natural gas can also generate a good quantity of energy, with less problems than coal, and this sector is being more explored due to the discovery of new reserves. Liquid fossil fuels were not used in electricity production because the government decided to reserve all of it to the transport (automobiles, trains, e.t.c.) and domestic use.

Solar power, despite all the current enthusiasm about it, its inefficient in generating huge amounts of power to supply entire regions. To this, huge areas would need to be covered in solar panels, which will soon need to be repalced by new ones due to their poor long-term durability, to generate scarce, and expensive, energy. But, it's considerably efficient in generating energy in low-scale, for example, generating energy for houses and properties. So, the governement decided to not invest in solar energy to power the nations electric grid, but stimulated regular citizens to install solar panels in their properties to domestic use, reducing the demand of energy over the grid, trough not taxing solar energy technology.

Wind haves also some of the solar power drawbacks: inefficient in generating huge amounts of power to supply big regions and huge areas needing to be covered in turbines, generating a scarce, and expensive, energy. But, can also be a local complement to the maing grid. So, the central government stimulated local governments to invest in this, to generate energy to locals, if possible, in windy areas.

In the future, harianish government wants to replace all coal, and even the natural gas, energy production with nuclear energy, which is considered to be the future of electricity production due to its efficiency in generating huge amounts of power. The idea is that nuclear power will be the "flagship" of the electric energy production, with all the others becoming a complement.

The goal for the next years:

-> Nuclear: about 50%.
-> Hydro: about 25%.
-> Coal: about 0%.
-> Natural gas: 0%.
-> Solar: about 15%.
-> Wind: about 10%.

(Note from the author: the prospect for the future is what I personally think would be the ideal, for almost the entire world, in terms of generation of energy in the future. The reasons being the ones already presented here).
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Postby Tangatarehua » Tue Nov 16, 2021 9:05 am

Energy generation is a considerable topic of debate in Tangatarehua at present and was indeed a major issue in the recent election.

Current sources are as follows:

  • 30% Nuclear
  • 30% Coal
  • 30% Natural gas
  • 5% Hydro
  • 5% Other renewable (wind, solar, etc.)

Considerable controversy exists around this, with most parties at the last election pledging to phase out coal but disagreeing over what to replace it with. Several parties also oppose nuclear power, while the government just elected has pledged to concentrate on nuclear power as a way to end the nation's reliance on coal.

While there is considerable support for renewable energy sources, especially expanded hydroelectric power generation, at present most of these do not meet the country's energy needs, with Tangatarehua's electricity consumption continually climbing year and year, often at a faster rate than the nation can increase electricity production - again, a major source of political controversy.
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Postby -Amerada » Tue Nov 16, 2021 11:26 am

Metropolitan Amerada
* 65% Nuclear
* 15% Coal
* 10% Solar
* 7% Wind
* 3% Other Renewables

West Amerada
* 60% Geothermal
* 20% Wind
* 10% Nuclear
* 10% Solar or Hydro

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* 15% Solar
* 10% Geothermal
* 10% Hydro
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Postby Andocara » Tue Nov 16, 2021 4:39 pm

Nuclear: 30%
Hydro: 25%
Solar: 15%
Wind: 10%
Geothermal: 10%
Innovative Renewables: 10% (examples: roads producing energy, electricity produced from dance floors, Neutrinovoltaic Energy)

This is just for electricity. When we include transportation, 1/3 of automobiles are hybrid (HEV), 1/5 are battery charged electric (BEV), 1/10 are alternate fuel, and 1/4 are traditional (gas powered), and about 1/8 are FCEV (fuel cell electric cars). Andocara is a clean energy dominant country, though conventionality still exist.
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Postby United Ballguard » Tue Nov 16, 2021 5:28 pm

Ballguard mainly relies on Solar, Wind, and Hydro energy, gas/oil is still present, but Ballguard is attempting to slowly switch to relying on Electric cars and Biomass.
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Postby Dyrrhonian Isles » Tue Nov 16, 2021 5:47 pm

The main sources used to generate electricity to power the grid of the Dyrrhonian Isles are burning coal or wood. They were chosen in the past because of their high thermal conductivity, low cost of production, and ability to use the abundant amount of coal available in the region. In the future, the Isles are looking to power the region via hydroelectricity. However, as of 2014, hydroelectricity accounted for less than 1% of its total power generation.
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Postby -Azteca Mexico » Fri Nov 19, 2021 8:38 am

Coal: 45%
Nuclear: 30%
Solar: 12%
Hydro: 11%
Wind: 2%

We plan on getting rid of coal energy by 2030 and replacing it with nuclear energy.
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Postby Prusiska » Fri Nov 19, 2021 8:54 am

We do rely quite a bit on petroleum, yes- but a majority of our energy comes from renewable sources.

42% Fossil Fuels/Nonrenewable
35% Nuclear
14% Solar
4% Hydro
3% Wind
56% Renewable

We have been pushing to increase the share of renewable energy sources on our energy sources. Thus so far, it represents a majority of the energy output, but coal is still dominant.
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Power is collected from solar energy via swarms of satellites surrounding the stars within Ailacki Space, which then beam the energy to our space stations and planets. Surplus energy is given to nearby planets outside SPOA with no strings attached. This system is held up by the People's Vanguard as one of our civilization's greatest triumphs and new, more efficient designs for satellites and beam technology are always being proposed, tested, and implemented.
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Postby Alkmaaria » Fri Nov 19, 2021 2:46 pm

47%: Nuclear
26%: Coal/Oil
18%: Hydro
9%: Wind/Other

Nuclear power is widely used due to the surplus of uranium in the country, while coal and oil are used simply because it is cheaper. Hydro is used because of Alkmaaria's low altitude and many lakes/reservoirs.
Wind is not widely used because it is expensive, and it rains too often for solar to be used effectively.
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Postby The Confederate States of America » Fri Nov 19, 2021 6:49 pm

We rely on solar, water and wind to power out country

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Postby Kahrez » Fri Nov 19, 2021 8:40 pm

As is stated by Sacred Law, only pure sources of electric power are encouraged, lest we want a repeat of the calamities of the 22nd Century. The power of the sun, captured by solar-panels and the scrapped parts of spaceships are essential, as are a few coveted fusion reactors and a great many econo-reactors; though wind-farms and geothermal plants are allowable. The use of carbon-emitting fossil fuels are highly discouraged.
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Postby United Interuniversal Federation » Fri Nov 19, 2021 9:23 pm

48%: Antimatter-Matter Reaction Power
37%: Microfusion Reactors (Exactly what it says on the cover, just relatively small and efficient fusion reactors. Much safer than antimatter-matter reaction power)
7%: Solar Power
5%: Hydroelectric Power
2%: Wind Power
0.5% Geothermal Power (Not used on a wide scale, usually used for distant tiny colonies as backup for power generation)
0.5%: Zero Point Energy (Not used on a wide scale, usually used for weapons or research)
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Postby Gandoor » Sat Nov 20, 2021 12:12 am

  • Nuclear power: 82%
  • Hydropower: 6%
  • Solar power: 5%
  • Wind power: 3%
  • Coal power: 2%
  • Waste incineration: 2%

The first nuclear power plant in the Democratic Republic began operations in 1965 and, following the 1973 oil crisis, the government of Prime Minister Naoki Nakasone announced their plan to have Gandoor end its reliance on foreign oil (at the time, oil power plants accounted for 67% of all electric energy produced in the Democratic Republic) and focus on expanding its usage of nuclear power for the production of electricity, with a stated goal of 'at least 60% of all electric energy produced in the Democratic Republic of Gandoor will come from nuclear power plants by the year 2000'.

This plan has been continued by later governments and, when the year 2000 arrived, nuclear power was responsible for 62% of all electricity in our nation. It is the current goal of the government to have at least 85% of all electricity produced in Gandoor to come from nuclear power by the end of 2030.

Coal-fired power stations were once responsible for 28% of all electricity production at its peak in 1976. However, the usage of coal to produce electricity in Gandoor has been gradually phased out since the mid-1980s, originally due to the air and water pollution caused by its usage and later due to coal being the single largest cause of climate change. All coal-fired power stations in our nation are scheduled to be decommissioned no later than 31 December 2030.

Hydropower, solar power, wind power, and waste incineration are all used to supplement nuclear power.
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Postby MineLegotia and Equestria » Sat Nov 20, 2021 12:25 am

The Commonwealth Distribution of Energy Sources are as follows,

  • Nuclear Power : 54.8%
  • Coal Power: 18.4%
  • Hydroelectric Power: 10.6%
  • Thamutergic Power: 8.8%
  • Wind Power: 5.3%
  • Others: 2.1%

It should be noted this is across the Empire and Commonwealth as a whole, and not just MineLegotia and Equestria. The general trend of power generation has always been to shift towards Nuclear Power Plants and renewable energy sources. However, coal remains a decent portion of all electricity generated due to its ease and low costs compared to the other options. Coal is mostly popular among the newer colonies and several of the more impoverished regions of the Empire and Commonwealth as a whole, attempts have been made to help these regions to bring in nuclear energy, however, a series of unfortunate accidents due to incompetence by local administrators and engineers have slowed the transition as a whole.

For foreigners, it is made by noted of a different type of electrical generation method, known as Thamutergic Power. This method of electrical generation involves the creation of a thaumaturgic construct to 'spin' the fans typically found in coal power plants to produce electricity. It can be said that this is technically bio-energy, as the most efficient method of maintaining these constructs is via the usage of organic material as fuel for the construct. Popularised by the scientists from Twilights Citadel, this method has become a contender to the established energy sources in recent years.

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The state energy grid is 100% coal-fired, but gasoline-fueled portable generators are very common. Ourequa sits on large uranium reserves, but does not have the technology for civilian nuclear power.
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Gas - 60% (all of Aldina's former coal and oil plants have been refitted for gas, and non-renewable energy is slowly being phased out altogether)
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15% wind energy
25% solar
40% Coal and gas
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13% Wind
27% Solar
19% Hydroelectric
1% Nuclear
40% Fusion
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Postby Cosnicu » Fri Nov 26, 2021 9:37 am

Overview of Cosnicu's Power sources:
Wind: 73% (main power supply)
Tidal: 16%
Geothermal: 6%
Solar: 4%
Fission: <1%
Combustion (coal, oil, natural gas, etc.): <1%
Fusion (complete, no infrastructure yet): 0%
Dyson (Experimental, not yet complete): 0%
Exotic (varies): <1%

Overview of power sources:
Wind: Wind is Cosnicu;s main power supply, and many of their offshore windfarms can extend to hundreds of square kilometers. It also exports energy to neighbor states, most notably Crevasia and Durenzia. but also a smll portion is shipped to Apalacia as well.
Tidal: Tidal is Cosnicu;s less important but also equally well known energy source. It comes from two main areas: Ocean currents and tidal barrages. Most (if not all) of Cosnicu;s rocky coastlines house them, but usually in a way that the coastline itself is not damaged or affected (often reslting in what are known as "seablocks", large black structures on the edge of a horizon equally spaced to allow ships and sea life through. The generators that draw energy from the ocean are less effecient and powerful. Due to ties with Crevasia and the climate treaty shared with them, Cosnicu's current turbines are esigned to not affect sea life while still drawing power from the currents. As such, they regulate themselves, not exceeding more than a few kilometers per hour in rotational speeds.
Geothermal: Geothermal is nto characteristic of Cosnicu, but it does operate three plants. These plants, set in the deep ocean, are meant to house automatic systems, and can maintain themselves for several decades without intervention.
Solar: The mot common civilian power source, Solar energy comes in many forms, varying from orbital collectors to the rooftops of most buildings on Cosnicu. Orbital collectors use a relay to send power to the surface via concentrated light.
Combustion: Comustion is being phased out very quickly in COsnicu and many of its combustion fuel plants have been repurposed into plastics or other chemichal factories.
ydroelectric power: Cosnicu lacks many major rivrs, and does not operate any hydroelectric dams or use hydroelectric power.
Fusion: Although Cosnicu has managed to sucessfully make fusion economical for them, they lack the infrastructure to add it to their power grid. Cosntruction of supply lines and connection to the power grid is underway though.
Dyson Technology: Cosnicu has began construction of a dyson sphere, but will not be finished with the technology for another two centuries, it is also competing with Apalacia and Durenzia for uncontested use of the sun.

Exotic energy sources:
Orbital decay: Cosnicu has several satelites that gain mechanichal energy by scooping up space debris and slowing it enough to cause it to fall out of the sky. Cosnicu plans to eventually use this to hopefully one day launch spacecraft more efficently.
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Postby Ko-oren » Sun Nov 28, 2021 8:46 am

Nuclear: 30%
Solar: 19%
Wind: 18%
Hydro: 13%
Geothermal: 9%
Oil/gas: 7%
Other: 4%

Nuclear will be the mainstay while phasing out fossil fuels. Most of the R&D funding goes to solar, wind, hydro, geothermal, and other renewable, as well as 'cleaner' nuclear power.
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Postby Great United States » Sun Nov 28, 2021 9:01 am

90% Coal,gas and oil
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Postby Catarra » Sun Nov 28, 2021 2:50 pm

65% renewable
35% nuclear

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Postby Mobius and the Biscay » Sun Nov 28, 2021 5:58 pm

Mobian Energy Sources:
About 89% Nuclear
About 7% Wind
About 4% Solar

Since the mid-1970s, each successive government has fully embraced nuclear power, seeing it as a very good method at establishing a sort of energy autarky for the nation. This aggressive approach has allowed Mobius to free itself from foreign oil dependency that many Western nations are sadly still under. This in turn gives the country a sort of unique liberty in its foreign policy that not many nations have.
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