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How We Got The NumbersHalf of Losses and Resulting Emissions Could Be AvoidedClimate ImpactMost electricity is generated at central power stations and sent through high-voltage transmission lines over long distances before being sent locally over what's called the distribution network—the poles and wires that connect to end consumers. As power moves through that network, resistance in the metal wires causes heat. That results in some of the energy from the fuel used to produce the electricity to be lost in transit. ToSee more on arstechnica.comAnalysis | The Energy 202: Three charts that explain what ... 09, 20203. But don't expect it to last. Past crises — including the Great Depression, the oil shortages in the 1970s and, yes, an influenza pandemic in 1918 — have spurred drops in emissions

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