Water for energy and energy for water

The inter-linkages between energy and water have always been known. For generating energy on a large scale as in thermal power plants, large amounts of water are required. In steam turbine plants, the dynamic pressure generated by expanding steam is used to turn the blades of a turbine. Once water has gone through this cycle, it is cooled and condensed back to water and then reheated to drive the turbines again. Continue reading