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This is a list of energy topics which identifies articles and categories that relate to Energy. In general, the energy refers to "the potential for causing changes". The word is used in several different contexts. The engineering use has a precise, well-defined meaning, whilst many non-technical uses often do not. In science and physics, it's a physical system's capacity to do work and this page contains items that are related to that defintion.

Energy infrastructure

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Energy storage

Electricity generation

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Power plant

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Energy applications

Distributed generation

Electric vehicle

Hybrid vehicle

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Steam engine

Biofuel

General energy topics

Energy

Electricity

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Thermodynamics

Perpetual motion

Heat

Energy technology inventors

Some energy technology Inventors include:

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Rudolf Diesel -compression ignition internal combustion engine

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Viktor Schauberger - There was an error working with the wiki: Code[28]

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Nikola Tesla

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Energy culture

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There was an error working with the wiki: Code[40] - Provides a general overview of future energy development.

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There was an error working with the wiki: Code[42], also known as peak oil - the theory that world oil production will peak (or has peaked), and will then rapidly decline, with a corresponding rapid increase in prices.\

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Issues

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Energy Policies and Use - National and International

International

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Regional and national

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Energy unit terms

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Direct current

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Heat

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Kinetic energy

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Potential energy - (U, or Ep), a kind of scalar potential, is energy by virtue of matter being able to move to a lower-energy state, releasing energy in some form

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Radiant energy - energy that is transported by waves

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Energy companies

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Non-profit organizations

National Wind Watch — US grassroots coalition for presenting all of the facts about industrial-scale wind energy

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IEA Energy Conservation in Buildings and Community Systems (ECBCS) Programme

ASPO - Association for the Study of Peak Oil & Gas

Industry associations

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Media

Books

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Energy-Related Categories

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By country

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References

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See also

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Category:Energy

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Category:Renewable energy

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