This diagram illustrates the process of
water-produced for electricitygenerating electricity using moving water (I'm afraid you can't say "water-produced". After the words "the process of" you need a noun or a gerund. ) Overall, there are three main steps ofin hydro-electric power generation: water-collected intoin reservoir, water-rotated in the turbine, and electricity-transferred through transformer station. (Again, this needs rewording. You may list nouns:the collection of water..., the rotation of it in the turbine..., and the transfer of electricity... . Alternatively, you may break the sentence into two sentences:Overall, there are three main steps of hydro-electric power generation. First, water is collected...; then it is rotated...; after that, electricity is transferred...
To begin with, the heat of sun
energy evaporates water infrom the sea.
The water goes down by opening valve and
it rotates into (in) the turbine to generate the electricity.
What stands out from the graph is the electricity
which transfersthat is transferred from high voltage cables into transformer station.
A closer look at the data reveals that the water-used as natural resources to generate electricity is repeatedly
While the introductory phrase is good, the other part of the sentence needs to be reworded. I guess you want to say that water is used repeatedly to generate electricity (?)
Maybe something like this will sound better:
"...repeatedly, water is used as a natural resource to generate electricity"
Hope this helps :)