An electrical energy source is a spark-like electrical current, which runs from the sun on the sun’s surface. It is similar to a spark in that it is a very fast and powerful electrical current.
How much electricity does the sun produce?
The average energy output from the sun in a day is around 600,000 kiloJoules (kJ).
The sun has an output of around 6,000,000kJ.
What energy can you produce when you burn coal?
You can achieve about 40 kiloJoules of burning a coal fuel when the coal is around 1.1 meters in length with an average burn rate of 90 kiloJoules per year. However, it is worth noting that this is approximately the amount of energy that’s produced by burning 500 of you a day.
You need an average of about 250 kilograms of fuel per year to burn your coal.
What do you burn your coal for?
You burn coal for energy when you’re burning wood, charcoal or coke for energy.
What is coke used for?
Coke is used for making fertiliser and for heating homes. It comes in different types and is sometimes called “energy pellets”.
Burning coal means energy is extracted from the coal. Your electric appliance can produce energy if you use it to heat your home or to run a fuel-fired generator.
What are some other ways of producing energy ?
Your furnace, cooking stove, boiler and air conditioner all require steam and a high pressure in order to produce energy. Energy from them can be used in your home or in a fuel-fired generator.
Are there any other ways of getting energy?
A recent study from researchers at University of Oxford was conducted to examine how much food people choose to eat depending on how likely some people think they are to be able to afford it. According to the researchers, people who have a low confidence (meaning that they estimate that they’ll probably never earn enough to buy food to pay for it) were more likely to eat less than others, and so ate less even when people offered them food they would normally be able to afford without any financial burden.
Researchers found that the results suggested that people may have developed “perceived need” (a “need” in the sense that it was associated with scarcity, like a desire for sustenance, or food) and that this perception helped them to