How far away does my electricity most likely come from?



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    Our electricity comes to us via a decades-old system of power generators, transformers and transmission lines, sometimes as far as many states away. Most energy comes from power plants in Nevada and even New Mexico. Power plants harvest energy, convert it to electricity, and sell it to places that need it such as Los Angeles. The electricity is sent to power lines, which are attached to a grid for transmission to cities.

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