Is energy only produced through electricity?
This is not true, although it might appear so. As we have been explaining, our homes and businesses depend on electricity. There’s no question that most of the energy that we consume is electricity. In most cases, heat from radiators, cool air from air conditioners and the heat to cook our food comes from appliances that work using electrical energy, duly transformed and adapted to a standardised voltage and amperage.
However, we also have gas stoves and radiators, for example, and most vehicles are still powered by oil derivatives. Although we can use these different sources side by side without a problem, we are moving towards a world in which most of the energy we use in our daily lives is electrical. When you think about it, all or almost all the energy that surrounds us comes from electricity, from the batteries in our smartphones to the traffic lights that get us across the street and the lifts we use to travel up to our apartments.
Our lives are intrinsically linked to a type of energy that, strangely, does not exist in nature. Or at least not in the ways that we use it, although it does appear, in some way or another, in some very unexpected places.Two people kissing can create an electrical charge! Truth be told, it is quite normal to ask yourself where this invisible force comes from, how it is produced and how it works, because during the last century, it has become everyone's partner in life.
That’s why Endesa offers different rates to suit your way of life, so you can use energy your way. Whether you want electricity, gas, or both. Take a look, find your perfect plan, start saving and stop worrying!