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In the body, energy consumption is part of energy homeostasis. It derived from food energy. Energy consumption in the body is a product of the basal metabolic rate and the physical activity level. The physical activity level are defined for a non-pregnant, non-lactating adult as that person's total energy expenditure (TEE) in a 24-hour period, divided by his or her basal metabolic rate (BMR):
Topics related to energy consumption in a demographic sense are:
- Worldwide energy supply
- World energy consumption
- Domestic energy consumption
- Electric energy consumption
Effects of energy consumption
Reduction of energy consumption
- Energy efficiency
- Energy efficiency in transportation
- Electricity generation
- Energy mix
- Energy policy
- Energy transformation
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