Of all the electricity sources available to us, the most renewable is that of water. It is created fro flowing water that is captured, and turned into energy.
You can use several ways to harness the energy from water. The most widely used method is where the providers use a small dam to store the water while they let a river flow from the dam, running through turbines, spinning them, which in turn activates a generator to create electricity. This method doesn’t require a large dam and heavy machinery. On the other hand, another type of hydroelectric power is Pumped Storage Plant. The power stored is sent from a power grid into electric generators. The generators spin the turbines backward, which causes water from lower reservoirs or lower dams to the upper reservoir. The power is harnessed when the water is released back into the lower dams, which spin the generators forward, causing electricity.