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Electricity production / power stations

Slide Content

The slide provides an overview of different types of electricity production methods or power stations. It categorizes them into four types: Thermal/combustion, Nuclear, Geothermal, and Hydro/dam. Thermal/combustion represents power plants that burn fuel to create electricity, Nuclear indicates plants that use nuclear reactions for energy, Geothermal refers to power stations that harness heat from the earth, and Hydro/dam stands for facilities that generate power using water flow.

Graphical Look

  • The slide background is a solid white color.
  • Four circular icons representing different power station types are arranged horizontally across the slide. Each icon has a dark blue background within the circle.
  • The icons illustrate the following:
  • A factory with smoke for Thermal/combustion.
  • An atomic symbol for Nuclear.
  • A thermometer for Geothermal.
  • A water wave and dam for Hydro/dam.
  • Each icon is labeled with the type of power station it represents, in a smaller font below the circle.
  • There are counterpart icons shown below with dark blue backgrounds labeled "Dark backgrounds versions."
  • To the right, there is a box with a green background and white text, mentioning that the icons are "Fully editable & automatically adjusting to color schema."

The slide uses a clean and professional design with a simple color palette predominantly featuring blue and white. The use of distinct icons provides a quick visual reference to various power production methods.

Use Cases

  • To introduce the topic of power generation in an educational or training session.
  • In a business or engineering presentation that discusses energy production and power plant types.
  • For an environmental analysis comparing the impact of different power generation methods.
  • As part of a proposal or report to stakeholders about potential energy investments or projects.

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