Wind, Geothermal, Biomass & Nuclear Crossword Puzzle

Download and print this Wind, Geothermal, Biomass & Nuclear crossword puzzle.

PDF will include puzzle sheet and the answer key.


Browse all Energy / Utilities Puzzles

QUESTIONS LIST: wind turbine : this tall tower is topped by blades that turn in the wind to power a generator to produce electricity, wind farm : this is a group of wind turbines in one location, horizontal axis : this wind turbine has a motor shaft that runs horizontally, windmill : this ancient structure was used to grind grain into flour when the wind blew, vertical axis : this wind turbine has a motor shaft that runs vertically, geologist : this scientist studies earth's structures and processes, incinerator : this waste-to-energy facility burns organic waste to produce energy, methanol : this ultra-clean burning fuel for combustion engines can be made from biomass, wet geothermal : this involves using naturally heated ground water or steam to produce energy, biomass : this is once-living plant or animal matter that can be used as a fuel source, geothermal energy : this steam energy is derived from hot rocks beneath the earth's surface, charcoal : this black, porous carbon form is produced by heating wood in a kiln with no air, binary geothermal : this technology uses a fluid with a lower boiling point than water to produce electricity, agrologist : this is a scientist in the field of agriculture and natural sciences, dry geothermal : this involves pumping surface water deep into hot, dry rock layers to produce energy, biodiesel : this renewable fuel is made from products like canola, rapeseed & soy oils, microbes : these tiny living organisms act as decomposers in living biomass, uranium : this highly radioactive element is used in fission reactions to produce much energy, super grid : this power network connects the electrical power of many countries together, radiation shield : this thick concrete liner encases a nuclear reactor, sievert : this is a unit of radiation dosage, thorium : this "safer" radioactive element is used in nuclear power generation.