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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 higher intensity of heat ending in additional usage of electricity to cool down … Continue reading

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Dominion Virginia Power breaks records of Electricity Supply

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

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