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Transcript of ENERGY
DEFINITION OF ENERGY
TYPES OF ENERGY
1. DEFINITION OF ENERGY
2. TYPES OF ENERGY
3. ENERGY USES
4. CONSERVING ENERGY
5. QUIZ :)
3. Embrace natural light. During the day, think of the sun as your primary light source, and rearrange your home or workplace to take advantage of its rays. Open the shades or blinds and let the light pour in instead of automatically flipping on the overhead switch.
A Non-Renewable Energy (also known as a finite resource) is a resource that does not renew itself at a sufficient rate for sustainable economic extraction in meaningful human time-frames
Chemical Energy - Energy stored in fuel (ie. food) which is released when chemical reactions take place
Renewable energy - Reneable Energy is generally defined as energy that comes from resources which are naturally replenished on a human timescale such as sunlight, wind, rain, tides, waves
Method 1 of 3: Rethinking Lighting
Create a "bright room" in your household. When the sun goes down, turn on the lights in just one central room in your house, and encourage your family to spend the evening hours there instead of scattering around the house and lighting up every room. Lighting just one room will save a lot of energy and money over time.
We divide our energy use among four economic sectors: residential, commercial, transportation, and industrial. Heating and cooling our homes, lighting office buildings, driving cars and moving freight, and manufacturing the products we rely on in our daily lives are all functions that require energy. If projections are correct, we’re going to keep needing more. In the United States alone, energy consumption is expected to rise 13% over the next two decades.
Power derived from the utilization of physical or chemical resources, especially to provide light and heat or to work machines.
USES OF ENERGY
SMALL VIDEO ON ENERGY
2. Replace electric lights with candles. Conserving energy means taking a new approach to everyday conveniences we take for granted, like the ability to flip on all the lights and keep them burning all night long. You don't have to completely stop using electric lights, but using candles instead a few nights per week is a great way to save energy, money and provide inspiration for reevaluating your approach to energy. In addition to these practical reasons for turning out the lights, breaking out the candles provides an instant atmosphere of either romance or spooky fun, depending upon who else is around to enjoy it.
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ARYAN & DANIYAL