Electrical power generation is the process of producing electrical energy from other forms of energy, such as coal, natural gas, or renewable sources like solar or wind. Power plants are used to generate electricity, and there are several different types including fossil fuel power plants, nuclear power plants, and renewable energy power plants.
The power factor is a measure of the efficiency of an electrical system. It is the ratio of the real power (measured in watts) to the apparent power (measured in volt-amperes) in an electrical circuit. A power factor of 1 indicates that all of the electricity being transmitted is being used effectively, while a power … Read more
A power distribution system is a network of electrical components that is used to distribute electricity from the point of generation to the end users. The power distribution system includes distribution lines, transformers, and other equipment that is used to transmit and distribute electricity to residential, commercial, and industrial customers.
A substation is a facility that is used to switch, transform, and control the flow of electricity in a power system. Substations are typically located at points where the transmission system connects to the distribution system, and they are used to transform the voltage of the electricity to a level that is suitable for distribution … Read more