If a typical gasoline pump flows at 5 to 10 gallons per minute, and the EPA has an equivalence of 33.7kWh per gallon, then your neighborhood gas station is serving up a charge equivalent to
10 to 20 Megawatts
Something to think about.
GroundLoop wrote:If a typical gasoline pump flows at 5 to 10 gallons per minute, and the EPA has an equivalence of 33.7kWh per gallon, then your neighborhood gas station is serving up a charge equivalent to
10 to 20 Megawatts
Something to think about.