Do batteries save energy?
it doesn't save it, it just gives energy to what you use it for... so the answer is no
Batteries help us do many things for example charge cameras,prevent light,and many more things.We save batteries by turning that thing which you keep your batteries in off so you save battery,energy,enviorment,and the company's product.[ wasteing ] If you waste the product you waste [the product ],you waste your dear money,and the company so no one else can buy the product.
It is a complicated and controversial topic. By using them do they save petroleum energy/gasoline - probably because they do produce better gas mileage. However, the electric energy that they store while charging their batteries MUST be generated at a power plant somewhere. By generating electricity to recharge the cars batteries the plant itself consumes energy and produces byproducts (i.e.- coal/gas/nuclear). Therefore the question as to whether a hybrid actually "saves" energy cannot truly be…
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