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Urine, a Cheap Source of Electricity, Can Help Power Mobile Phones

Research shows that urine, an alternative source of energy, is used in miniature cells to help power mobile phones. Unlike other sources of electricity, such as platinum, urine is relatively cheap and readily found. Continue reading

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Wave Energy is the Real Transformation

With the current costs of electricity and renewable energy, there needs to be a plan B that will help navigate the costs and damages associated with the same. For a long time there has been contemplation on the wave energy.

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This Year’s Summer Demands Higher Amount of Electricity

For most parts of the U.S., this year’s summer and heat came a bit early.  People from the southwest to the northeast parts of the country experienced a higher intensity of heat ending in additional electricity usage to cool down … Continue reading

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Dominion Virginia Power breaks records of Electricity Supply

A high heatwave made Dominion Virginia Power customers use a record-breaking amount of electricity. The power company supplied approximately 20,061 megawatts of power during the afternoon, surpassing the earlier record of 19,668 set in 2007.

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