Quizlet on work, energy, and power
* note there are a few useful formulas at the bottom of this page
Energy, Work, and Power (Crash Course Physics)
How power gets to your house (Crash Course Physics) (this is covered at different points in a physics or physical science class–but it is essentially covering the distinction between batteries and transformers).
A really interesting discussion of the history of AC versus DC power–the power wars between George Westinghouse and Thomas Edison of the early 1900s–can be found here (from a journal published at the University of Southern California.) There is also a movie (“The Prestige”) that tells the tale.
Physics4Kids (on potential energy, kinetic energy, and work)
Gravitational Potential Energy (Flipping Physics)
Introduction to Kinetic Energy (Flipping Physics)
Introduction to Kinetic Energy, 2 (Flipping Physics)
Introduction to Elastic Potential Energy (Flipping Physics)
Work, energy, and power (Flipping Physics–a bit advanced)
Introduction to work w/examples (Flipping Physics)
Introductory work problem (Flipping Physics)
Introduction to Power (Flipping Physics)
BBC website on forms of energy
Physics Classroom, section on Work, Energy, Power