The power station at Niagara falls was the first. It opened in 1881. (There was a turbine running in England first in 1878, but it was not a power station. It only powered one light.)
Near water that is moving swiftly or has a large elevation change. Volume is also important.
The first country to develop nuclear elements I'm not sure, but the first country to develop a nuclear weapon was the united states. Also the former soviet union has the most nuclear missiles in the world but they are from the cold war, old and outdated, America has sophisticated missile systems that can sent a warhead almost anywhere on the planet
They each wanted to promote their competing political ideologies.
The United States was the first country to develop an atomic weapon.
NoEthiopia was the first country in the world.
Russia is the first largest country in the world
no! the egyptians did
It's a first world country
It is a FIRST world country.
Yes, Louisiana does use hydroelectricity. It has multiple hydroelectric power plants, including the world's largest prefabricated one in Vidalia, Louisiana.
It's most likely a First World Country.
Hydroelectric power is important to Brazil because it is responsible for 83 percent of the electricity production in the country. Brazil is the third biggest producer of hydroelectricity in the world.
If you mean "Is Korea a a first world country", then yes, it is a first world country It has a higher GPA per capita than Canada