Some Interesting Facts To Know About Energy (
As the global environmental crises dawns, various energy conservation models are taking center stage.

Around the world, conservation of energy is swirling concerning what we, as a global society, will do to combat the negative effects of climate change and become less dependent on oil and other fuels to power our energy needs. Fortunately, renewable energy sources are becoming increasingly more fashionable and economical around the world.

The Infographic titled as “12 Cool Facts About Energy” lists some of the interesting facts to know about energy. These include the following:
  • The first use of water to generate electricity was in 1882 on the Fox River, in the USA.
  • An electric eel can produce an electric shock up to 860 volts at one ampere.
  • An electrically lighted tree was considered a status symbol in the early 1900s.
  • Coal generates more electricity than any other source. It produces twice as much electricity as natural gas.
  • A 100-watt modern light bulb emits about 1600 lumens, while a single flame of oil lamp from the 1800s emitted about 2400 lumense.
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