Electrical power is the easiest kind of power to transfer, because it only needs wires instead of things like conveyor belts. If you want to learn more about how it is generated, check out this earlier article in the series. Electrical power is transmitted to the consumers through distribution stations located next to cities, towns, or rural areas. There are two types of power distribution and different types of current, allowing for the classification of power distribution into different kinds.
- Take a look at how electrical power is transmitted to consumers.
- Power comes from distribution centers, which are located near cities or towns.
- There are primary and secondary distribution types, which can be used to classify how the power is distributed.
“Electrical power is dominant as it is relatively much easier to transmit and distribute than other forms of energy such as mechanical.”