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 How much oil is used to make electricity in the u.s.?

Answer According to the U.S. Energy Information Administration, the U.S. used 88,347,000 barrels of petroleum to generate electricity in 2007--roughly equivalent to 536 trillion British Thermal Units. Ov... Read More »
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How much coal is used to make electricity?

The average home uses 877 kilowatt hours of electricity every month, and 10,500 kilowatt hours every year. The energy produced per ton of coal fuel is 2,000 kilowatt hours of electricity. This mean... Read More »
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How much electricity is used by a TV in an hour?

A TV uses approximately 80 to 400 watts of electricity per hour. Specific features of your TV like the size, manufacturer and model determine the actual wattage used per hour.Source:Michael Bluejay... Read More »
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How Is Light Used to Make Electricity?

Photovoltaic cells are used to convert sunlight into electricity, according to NASA. Photovoltaic cells are also referred to as solar cells. However, solar thermal power plants are another way ligh... Read More »
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Where was hydroelectric power first used to make electricity?

Hydroelectric power was first used to make electricity in the Mayflower Mine in Nevada City, Calif. Called the Pelton wheel, it harnessed the energy from flowing water to produce electricity throug... Read More »
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