5 Things You Didn’t Know About Electricity
Let’s talk about some things about #electricity that you probably didn’t know:
- Gaming consoles consume a lot of energy
- Google is a huge energy hog
- 17% of the world’s population still live in the dark
- Iceland solely depends on renewable sources for electricity
- Electric eel can give you a shock from up to 6 feet away
According to NRDC’s recent study on the power usage of the Sony PlayStation 4 and Microsoft Xbox One game consoles, both consume at least twice as much energy as their predecessors. And most of the energy will be burned while the consoles are on standby mode.
Google uses about 0.013% of the whole world’s energy use. That is equal to a continuous power supply to almost 200,000 houses!
More than 1.2 billion people from all over the world do not have an access to electricity yet. The world is not as electrified as you think it is. Can you imagine living without electricity?
#Iceland generates 100% of its electricity from hydroelectric and geothermal sources. #Norway also gets almost 97% of its electricity from renewable sources.
These eels are from the catfish family and they’re capable of generating up to 600V and 1A of current. These are the real life Pikachus!
The best way to conserve energy in today’s world is to switch to the use of energy efficient appliances in our day to day lives. Low wattage Gorilla fans save up to 65 percent of the energy and money. LED lights should be used instead of tubelights for the same purpose. Change is good.
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