What organelle makes energy for the cell?
it depends, In the plant cell, its the chloroplast, but it in
the animal cell its the mitochondria.
if your asking for the prokaryote and eukaryote then they don't have one. they are bacteria-like and they take it from other cells.
Cells need energy to function and to fulfill this important role, cells have specialized organelles that provide the cell with energy. This specialized organelle is called a mitochondria. Mitochondria is the organelle that supplies energy to the cell. Mitochondria stores metabolites and degrades and recycles macro molecules.
The plant cell organelle that generates sugar for the plant cell is called the Chloroplast. Through a process known as photosynthesis, a pigment molecule within the chloroplast known as chlorophyll is able to convert the energy obtained by sunlight and turn it into chemical energy (glucose molecules - a simple sugar)