NiE Say it with solar

Concern about the environmental impact of increased electrical energy generation and use has seen scientists, governments and industries working to develop new technologies for cleaner and safer renewable energy sources like solar energy.


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TRUE: Most electrical devices in your home still use electricity while turned off. They are still consuming power in a standby power mode.This is called many things, vampire energy, phantom energy, electricity leak, or leaking electricity. 


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3. Mathematics and Science

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