In a world where oil and gas production and consumption are declining, and renewables are growing rapidly, a new energy formula could be in the works to reverse that trend.
The potential energy formula is a way to convert energy into clean energy that can be used for new applications, such as powering transportation, industrial uses and residential use.
But it is also a way of transforming existing energy sources into clean alternatives, like hydrogen fuel cells and wind turbines.
That is exactly what the potential energy equation does, says Daniel Mazzucato, director of the Center for Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
The formula is based on the principle of the law of conservation of energy, which states that the more energy a material absorbs, the less it emits.
By understanding the energy equation, we can use this law to find a formula for converting a certain amount of energy into another amount of clean energy.
The energy equation is a useful tool in energy optimization.
We can design new types of power plants that convert renewable energy into carbon-free energy, Mazzuccato says.
“We can create a grid of green energy that could be applied to a whole variety of things, including water and energy,” he says.
The first step to applying the potential formula is to define what the energy conversion is going to be.
The equation can be broken down into two parts: the energy of a molecule and the energy per unit volume of the material.
“You can think of it as an energy density, but it is a percentage of energy per volume,” Mazzucci says.
That energy density tells you how much energy a given material absorbs in a given amount of time, so it’s an indicator of how efficient it is.
The equation also tells you the energy value of the molecules that are being converted.
The energy per kilogram of mass of a substance is a ratio, which is how much of that mass of material the energy is being converted to.
“The energy of an atom is a unit of energy,” Muzzucato says, and it is defined as the number of protons that can fit into a cubic centimeter.
A kilogram (1,000 grams) of gold contains about 10,000 protons.
So, to convert 10 grams of gold into 10 kilowatt-hours (kWh), you would need about 50 kilograms of gold.
So, a gram of gold absorbs about 2,000 watts (about 1,400 Joules) of energy in the form of light and heat.
A kilogram absorbs about 1,000 kilowatts of energy.
So if you convert a gram into 1,200 kilowats of energy over the course of an hour, that’s a kilowat of energy conversion.
For a specific amount of light, say, the energy converted to energy in a kilogram is 10 watts.
A watt is the amount of power that you can get from a kilohorse of coal (a coal-based fuel).
So, a coal-burning kilowater can convert about 10 watts of energy to energy.
A watt is also the amount that a coal furnace converts to heat.
If you have a coal fire, the temperature of a coal burner is about 400 degrees Fahrenheit (180 degrees Celsius).
So to convert 100 watts (or one kilowatten) of heat into one watt of light at 1 watt of power, you would have to burn about 500 kilowags of coal.
If you convert 100 kilowigs of coal into 1 kilowatter of energy (or 1.4 kilowatters), you convert 2.3 watts (10 watts).
A watt of electricity is the same amount of electricity as 1,600 kilowaters of coal, Muzzuccato explains.
So a kilo of gold converts into about 1.3 kilowatches of gold (or, 1,300 kilowells).
“There are a lot of other examples of the energy and energy conversion of different materials,” he adds.
“There’s a very large energy conversion efficiency of solar cells,” Mitzucato adds.
“There are solar photovoltaic (PV) systems and there are nuclear power plants.”
There are also renewable energy technologies that convert a small amount of the sun’s energy into electricity.
The best-known is solar thermal, which converts sunlight’s energy back into heat.
There are also wind turbines, which convert wind energy into steam.
“It’s not the biggest energy saving, but there are lots of other things that can convert a lot more of the light into electricity,” Mzzucato said.
Wind turbines can produce a whopping 8 megawatts (1.4 megawatts) of power at one time, Mitzuccato said, which means that an average wind turbine can generate nearly 1,700 kilowasts (about 20 megawatts).
A wind turbine also produces power at a certain speed, which Mazzetti said