Tuesday, 27 March 2012

Electrical energy doesn’t simply vanish you know...

A fundamental law of science is that energy can neither be created nor destroyed.  While it is true that some electrical energy is lost in transmission through the resistance of the transmission lines, the suggestion that two thirds of all electrical energy generated at our power stations never gets used is ridiculous. To maintain the stability of the grid, BC Hydro and all other electricity companies feeding electrical energy into the grid must, and do, balance the amount of electricity generated with the average instantaneous demand

see, simples (squeak)

have a nice day

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