In the United States, electricity comes from a huge power plant network then it is distributed through transmission lines to distribution centers and finally reaches your house.
Recent technological developments have led to wireless, including wireless electricity. A new term for wireless electricity is WiTricity. WiTricity itself is electrical energy that is transferred without using a cable as a transmission medium.
In short, it is the material that works as a buffer inside the walls. It acts as extra protection for your house from the temperature outside. These materials can help you stay warm in the winter and cool during summer.
A smart grid is a technology that divides the electricity grid into a two-way flow of data and electricity. The technology includes energy measures ad operations such as smart appliances, smart meters, energy-efficient resources, and more.
Efficiency in energy becomes a major global concern at the moment. The earth has quickly exhausted its resources due to the ever growing human population and industrialization. In the construction sector, people are trying to come up with the most energy efficient building design. More responsible practice like this is hoped to reduce damage to the environment.
Farming has been the oldest sign of human civilization. Through times, we as a human find several damaging effects of our ways in growing crops to the environment including the flora and fauna. To restore the damages, people nowadays develop smart farming with IoT.
Tariff is nothing but a way of charging our bill depending upon the consumption with different charges. We know TNEB is providing 100 units of free electricity to all domestic consumers.
Magnetic levitation is a method where magnetic fields are used to suspend an object. It is also know as magnetic suspension. Magnetic force is used to prevent the effects of gravitational force or any other accelerations.
Let us discuss on the Environmental Impact of Non-Renewable Energy. Energy is everywhere. Types of Non renewable energy are coal, Natural gas, Oil, Nuclear energy