Consolidated power generation

Consolidated Power Generation occurs when the total number of energy changing devices, such as automobile engines, decreases, while the total amount of usable energy increases or stays the same. The consolidation of hydrocarbon power generation to electrical power, and increased output of electricity. Currently, the prime example of this metamorphosis is the shift from hydrocarbon powered combustion engines to electricity. A requirement for consolidation is the acceptance of a “common” form of energy, such as electricity, to be the predominant one. The prime environment for the generation of electricity is the replacement of combustion engines with electric vehicles, Even if the electricity was produced in coal plants by This would consolidate hydrocarbon power generation from small to large power plants. In doing so, it would also be consolidated, which would allow for more regulation, and would also increase the availability of the environment. This would be a gradual and realistic step.