Hydropower is a source of energy that generates power through falling water to generate electricity. A turbine converts the kinetic energy of falling water into mechanical energy, which is then transformed into electrical energy by a generator. Hydropower may range from a micro-hydro that can provide electricity to some households to a gigantic hydropower plant that can produce electricity for millions of users. To help assess its feasibility, you can use readily available templates here related to the hydropower industry in creating your financial model.
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