This TV is using chemical energy and transforming it into light, sound and heat energy, although only the light and sound energy is useful energy.
This chairlift uses chemical energy and transforms it into kinetic, sound and heat energy to move the chair to the top of the staircase. It then has gravitational potential energy and transforms that to kinetic energy by bringing it down to the bottom.
I am using chemical energy and elastic potential energy transformed into kinetic energy to move my arm to get the book in the shelf.
Electric trains use electrical energy from either the tracks or the tracks and catenary. This energy is transformed into kinetic, sound and heat energy.
In kitchens pots heat up by either flames or electric plates using conduction. If there is a liquid inside the pot, over time it will turn into a gas by convection. Microwaves use chemical energy and convert it into sound, heat and radio waves. Using radiation they heat up the food. Or silverware if your like me.
In subway stations and other underground places it would get really hot if there weren't ventilation systems because there would be no way for the air to circulate and cool down.. And if there is no way to cool down the air it will always stay hot because energy can't be destroyed.