Electrical energy losses by country as a % of total electrical generation by that country; these losses occur in the transmission and distribution systems using alternating current (AC)

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  1. Elroy Jetson says:

    The situation is worse for Canadians living in Ontario, where our bills are increased by 8.5% to account for line losses. This is curiously described as an “insignificant amount”, which makes one wonder what would happen if you only paid 91.5% of the bill, claiming the missing portion is “insignificant”.