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Is energy wasted when electricity is generated for an electric locomotive?

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Is energy wasted when electricity is generated for an electric locomotive?

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All electric generation systems “waste” energy since none are 100% efficient. Of course of the electricity generated none is really wasted because the systems only generate what is being used. That is unless they have a battery or other method for storing the electricity. Some would say that a portion of the energy is wasted due to losses in transmitting the electricity from the generator to the user. That is really not wasted energy but rather part of the “price” to deliver the electricity to the point of use.

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