Tyent USA Looks at Hydroelectricity



                                                                       Water at Work in the World

Water inside world    Water plays a crucial role in the development of any nation, city, or even neighborhood.  Without water, nothing can even exist, let alone thrive.  Sustainer of life, creator of energy and Captain of the nautical highways, water makes the world go round.

Let’s do a little globe hopping and discover what water is up to in the Orient.


First though, a little electric lesson.



Blue Electricity     *Electricity is measured in terms of amperage, voltage and wattage.  Amperage, also referred to as amps, is a measure of the amount of electricity used.  Voltage, or volts, measures the force or pressure of electricity.  The amps multiplied by the volts, gives us the wattage, or the measure of work that electricity does per second.


 Hydroelectricity in China


 All energy    A hydroelectric plant is a facility that uses the potential energy of water stored in a reservoir to create electricity.  That energy is used to operate its turbines.  These turbines are connected to large generators that regulate varying volumes of water according to demand and create the electricity accordingly.


Currently (no pun intended), hydro-power is a renewable energy source that provides about 25% of the world’s electricity and is more cost effective than many other sources of power. 


China is the world’s leader in the production of hydroelectric energy.  Of the 10 biggest hydroelectric plants in the world, two are in China.  

The Three Gorges hydro power station in the Yichang Hubei, province, China, is the biggest of its kind in the world, producing a staggering 22,500 MW of power.  The source of water for this facility is the Yangtze River. 

 This miraculous feat of engineering took nearly twenty years to complete.

The power generated by this plant provides electricity to nine provinces and two cities including Shanghai.  To put the amount of power produced by the Three Gorges plant into perspective, a kilowatt is 1000 watts, a mega watt is a thousand kilo watts, so the plant produces 22, 500 million watts of electricity per second.  Shocking to say the least.


Shanghai is the largest city in the world with a population of 23.9 million people.  If you think your neighbors are too close to you consider this, in Shanghai, there are 9,700 people per square mile.


Astonishingly however, this figure pales when compared to New York City where the population density is an incredulous 27,000 people per square mile!




View of Manhattan in NYC


With the explosion of the world’s population, the need for clean water has never been more important.


Tyent Ionized Alkaline Water


 logo    Safe water is at a premium in this country and around the world.  We hear daily of the troubles created by the lack of clean water due to drought, as well as natural and man-made disasters that cripple the already threatened water supply.


At Tyent USA we are dedicated to providing the world with clean, safe and pure drinking water.  Our ionized alkaline water purifying systems create water purer than a mountain stream.  Much purer. 

With a high pH level and chock-full of the precious minerals missing from most tap and bottled waters, Tyent units deliver safe, pure and even healthy water, to you and your family at the touch of a keypad.

There are literally hundreds of millions of people in the world that would love to have that luxury.  By some standards a luxury, but by any measure a necessity.

You have to drink water to survive, so shouldn’t that water be the very best you can get?  It should, and it can be when you invest in your good health by making sure you drink Tyent Water, some of the purest and cleanest water available on the planet.


Learn more by following this handy link.  tyentusa.com


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