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The Hidden City Electricity The hidden city refers to New York Citys complexity First the city has so many pipes and electrical wire that they can reach to China The City gets its electricity from many place and sources The City lowest coasting source of energy is hydro plants then nuclear power plants cool gas and finally oil because it coast the most Con Edison uses more oil and gas than any other electrical company The hydroelectric power plants are the more economic for New York City Hydro electricity can come from as far as the Artic Even though hydro is the most economic most days New York City will get its electricity from other sources There couple power plants in the New York State In the latest nuclear power plant all the nuclear waste is still in the facility All this waste is keep in a pool with twenty-five feet of water over it acting as a shield New York City gets its electricity from the rest of the State The meager lines carry about 45000000 volts of electricity By the time that electricity reaches your home it is reduced to 120 volts by City substations and reduced more by neighborhood substations Its hard for the electricity centers to determine the amount of electricity they will need for the day The electricity center start off with a weather report If its going to be a dark day the City will need more electricity Ever five minutes there is a computer that planning contingence plans In the 1960s another source of energy much cheaper came it was nuclear energy Indian Point was the first it was 36 miles from Times Square The plant uses uranium which is stored in pools they will be radio active for centuries By 1994 the fuel will fill these pools Another source of energy is Hydroelectricity the plant New York City uses is Libran translated
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