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"Electricity" (1-15-2013)   Visit the Website

Full Show: Electricity is energy. It powers our homes and schools. But how is electricity made and how does it get from a power plant to our outlets? John Gardner, Director of the Energy Efficiency Research Institute and a BSU professor of mechanical and biomedical engineering, and Kip Sikes, Operation Analysis and Development Manager for Idaho Power, provide some illumination.

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Video Short: Electricity powers just about everything in our lives. Find out where electricity comes from and how it gets to your wall plug.

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Web Extra: Our guest scientists, mechanical and biomedical engineer John Gardner and Idaho Power manager Kip Sikes, stay after to answer more questions about electricity.

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