Electricity is widely used in cutting and chaffing of crops. Tube wells work with electricity. Electricity has tremendously helped in fast communication. We make use of wireless telegraphy with electricity.
Energy is a primary input for almost all activities and is, therefore, vital for improvement in quality of life.
The uses of electricity in our daily life are too numerous to be counted. It has transformed our life into a wonderful world of ease, comfort, luxury and convenience. It has revolutionised our world of entertainment with the invention of cinema, radio, TV, VCR, VIC and other audio and video systems.Introduction Electricity is generated by the use of energy. Before going further, it will be necessary to talk briefly on what energy is all about. In this modern day, the standard scientific definition of energy is the capacity to do work, which means ability to move an object against a resisting.Easier - Electricity is a form of energy produced by the movement of electrons. Electricity is electrical power or an electric current. This form of energy can be sent through wires in a flow of tiny particles. It is used to produce light and heat and to run motors.
The discovery of electricity is one of the greatest achievements of man. Its use has made our lives so comfortable that, today, scientists in all countries are trying their utmost to use it more and more for all purposes. Electricity has helped to remove darkness and increase human activity. Powerf.Read More
Biomass Energy. The use of biomass energy as a wide spread, renewable power source provided with proper knowledge, state control and technological how-to, can change both the earth’s environment and our attitude towards alternative power resources.Read More
The Different Uses of Energy in our Daily lives 12.28.15 When we talk about energy saving, most of you remember being care free children at home and the adults being in a constant need to urge you to switch off the lights or the television or the washing machine.Read More
Energy conservation is reducing the amount of energy used for different purposes. This may result in an increase of financial capital, environmental value, national and personal security, and human comfort. Individuals and organizations that consume energy may conserve energy to reduce costs and promote economic, political and environmental sustainability.Read More
Solar energy is considered to be the best option for the people and modern industries as it belongs to the renewable category. With the disappearance of the fossil fuels from the planet and their rising costs has forced countries to switch over to a sustainable energy source.Read More
Follow these 40 energy-saving tips for completely free ways to use less energy. You'll cut your gas and electricity bills and save money at the same time.Read More
Solar Energy. Solar energy, radiant light and heat from the sun, is harnessed using a range of ever evolving technologies such as solar heating, solar photovoltaic, solar thermal electricity, solar architecture and artificial photosynthesis. Solar energy in one form or another is the source of nearly all energy on the earth.Read More
Paradoxically, plant photosynthesis continued to be the dominant source of energy in the new era, conventionally termed the Industrial Revolution, but it was the energy drawn from many millions of years of plant photosynthesis in the form of coal, rather than the limited product of a single year, that had for so long set the ceiling to energy availability.Read More
Other natural resources like petroleum, minerals, coal, etc are used for different types of purposes. Different types of energy can be produced by different resources like solar energy can be produced by sun light, hydro electric energy is produced by using water, wind energy is produced by wind, electricity is produced by coal and water is boiled by burning coal to produce electricity.Read More
PEE is an essay-writing technique used in English. This Entry will explain what each letter means and give an example from a Romeo and Juliet essay. Point - Make a point. This can be anything from a short sentence to a few lines. Example - We first see Romeo in Act 1 Scene 1. He seems to be over-dramatic, and exaggerates everything he says.Read More