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Electricity is generated at power plants and moves through a complex system, sometimes called the grid, of electricity substations, transformers, and power lines that connect electricity producers and consumers. Most local grids are interconnected for reliability and commercial purposes, forming larger, more dependable networks that enhance the coordination and planning of electricity supply.
Electric power generation, transmission and distribution are part of the utilities sector. This sector includes all electric generating facilities powered by fossil fuels, including coal, petroleum, or gas as the power source. Electricity are also available in the form of renewable energy such as solar and wind power.
The transmission process is usually overhead except for urban city premises. Power transformers are the main electric equipment installed for this mass transfer of bulk electricity. The distribution process can either be overhead or underground. This involves many control, protection and switching devices.
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