Electrical Energy Transfer

Electrical Energy Transfer

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  • So, a most common question is, Where does electricity come from? Well, that is a great question to ask myself too but electricity comes form a nuclear power plant. 
  • A power meter has the velocity and power measured in watts that can be calculated.
  • To make electricity come whenever, a wind turbine comes and makes the electricity blades on , which that's how we can get electricity. 
  • A kilowatt hour is a electric energy that measures how much watts you have used. One hour equals 1,000 watts.
  • Some times electricity is non renewable because it can run out and these things deal with fossils and natural gas.
  • A substation is an equipment that reduces high voltage of electrical power.
  • A renewable is a energy source that is depleted but use.
  • A breaker box divides an electrical power feed.
  • Lights are the electromagnetic radiation that produces visible light.
  • A transformer is a device to transfer electric energy form one circuit to another.
  • The wires have AC power which helps electricity deliver to our homes.
  • We have heat because of radiation. We have AC because of electric current.
  • Everyone has underground wires  to get electricity. It is also known as underground cable.
  • A appliance is a equipment that brings electricity and gasses.
  • The generators help generate the electricity. So thats why we have access to electricity.
  • A electrical power poles holds lines and various other public utlilites. 
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