Ted Ed explains: How do solar panels work?
Did you know that energy is neither created nor destroyed?
So where does energy go once we've 'consumed' it? And where did we get it in the first place?
In this Ted Ed video, Joshua M. Sneideman explores how energy cycles through the Earth, from the sun to our food chain to electricity and more.
Sir David MacKay explores the numbers behind the shift to sustainable energy at TEDxWarwick.
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