When is the best time to switch from electricity to wind?
By now, you should have a better idea about when you should switch from conventional power to renewable energy sources.
But how much energy is there to go around?
That’s the question being asked as governments and the industry look to reduce emissions of greenhouse gases and adapt to climate change.
But the answer depends on how you measure the “emissions” produced by various forms of electricity.
How much energy can you actually burn?
The most popular way to measure the energy consumption of a system is by comparing the output of various types of systems.
These systems can include power stations, generators, and the like.
The output of these systems are typically measured in Watts (Watts).
The more power you have, the more power it uses.
For instance, a generator can produce more energy than a power station, but it consumes less energy.
But the output is typically not what you want.
Instead, the output depends on the amount of electricity it uses, which is a function of: