The simplest answer is that the electric utility uses a transformer across 2 of the 3 hot leads to develop a single hot lead with an earth reference. What follows below is frequently edited by both amateurs and professionals, with mixed results. Wikipedia is a better source of more detailed information on this subject, in part because the article on three phase power has pictures.
it doesn't, electricity makes wind
well due to wind turbines it spins and the wind is collected it is turned into electricity
Not when the stand-by is also turned off. Yes, that uses electricity if the device is left on standby.
Everything can be turned into electricity using the right technology.
A modern windmill has a generator which is turned by the windmill arms to produce electricity. kenetic->electricity
pay your bills.
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yes, this is considered theft of service.
A standard lamp will not use any electricity when it is off.
it is now possible to turn a permanent magnet off. Research this on youtube, there are videos on how do to this with electricity. the electricity input on the wire in a certain position with the magnet diminishes its magnetic field when the electricity is turned on, when the electricity is turned off, the magnetic field returns as normal
Because electricity doesn't occur naturally in the environment (apart from lightning bolts)
No, it should not use any electricity when off. If it is, you have a short or a ground.
with the help of nuclear fission.
yes solar energy can be turned or converted to electricity by grid connectivity. where in you can produce energy and also can sell like how it happens in most places in Europe and in the US.
Yes, the electricity can be turned on and off and so the magnet is on or off
You get the bill. If you pay it, the electricity stays on; if you don't pay it, the electricity gets turned off.
Like a LED flashlight, the electricity is passing the emitter, turned into light.
An electricity cutoff is when the electricity is turned off. Different than a power outage, this usually occurs when someone does not pay their bill on time.
electricity, turned with a crank
It is converted to heat.