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A Report
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Electricity and Magnetism- Source of alternative fuel in Transportation

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Introduction
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Hybrid Power
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Smoke free trains
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Electricity and renewable fuel alternatives
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Magnetism as source of power
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Conclusion
7Introduction-
In the modern era, Electricity is considered to be the most important and necessary resource in day to day life. People around the world are directly or indirectly dependent on this form of energy. Although it is very important source of energy but its overuse and misuse led to a critical issue of unavailability of it in many rural areas. The utility of electricity is numerous, in fact it is most common source of energy used in every appliances, equipments and machines in industries, households etc. In other words, we can call it to be the basis of livelihood in this world after air, water and food. The usage of electricity was primarily considered to be in household appliances and industries but after the introduction of electricity in the world of transportation, it became a remarkable breakthrough in the field of science and technology. It gave a vision of saving non renewable sources of energy such as coal and petrol for the transportation purpose and also helped to eliminate the problem of ever increasing release of toxic gases which are produced during the burning of coal and petrol. It is a serious matter of concern for the scientists around the world to reduce the level of carbon dioxide and other toxic gases from the environment which is becoming the major cause of global warming. With the development of latest technologies, entrepreneurs across the globe are trying to invent new technologies for alternative fuel source which is relatively cheaper, renewable, environmental friendly and can have multiple utility.…...

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