CNN, which also owns the popular Science Channel, announced the new “Gravity Energy Calculator.”
It will be available on Wednesday at midnight Eastern.
The program will give viewers an idea of how much power you can get from the Earth’s gravitational pull, as well as how much energy the Earth has in it’s magnetosphere, and how much it could store at a future date, according to CNN.
The calculator will help viewers find a home for their solar panels, solar energy, batteries, and more.
CNN’s Gravity Energy Calculator is part of the network’s new initiative, “Grammarly.”
The network also announced that it is launching a “Grams of Energy” app.
The app will give users access to a global energy map and provide them with “glimmering visualizations of the world’s energy needs.”
The app was announced during the networks “Grainy” news conference.
“This is the biggest story of the year, so we are so excited to finally announce the launch of the Grammarly app, an app that is not only a great way to find energy-intensive activities and resources, but also allows people to discover and connect with those energy-efficient activities and opportunities that can make a difference in their lives,” the network said in a statement.
“With Grammarlys app, people can get access to real-time data and data-driven insights on energy consumption and the health of their homes and communities, and the ability to see what is available to them for energy-saving and green initiatives.”
“The Grammarley app will be built into our platform, enabling us to bring you more accurate and relevant information on the energy landscape, including energy-related products and services, in real-times, and to empower you to make smart choices,” CNN said.
“The app will also serve as a tool for anyone to find new and interesting ways to engage with energy in a way that is consistent with their values and values systems.”
CNN is also partnering with the “Gemini Energy,” an energy-storage startup.
Gemini Energy announced in September that it had raised $100 million from investors including Google Ventures, Fidelity Investments, and others.
Gemini’s founder and CEO, Adam Rittenberg, told CNN in October that he was inspired to start the company after he saw how much work it was taking to get people off of fossil fuels.
He said that he wanted to see how people could find and store energy in their homes, so that they could avoid those energy bills that are so expensive and so hard to pay off.
“It’s really an opportunity to make an impact, to make a change, and really do something to help the planet, to save energy, to be able to live longer and live healthier, to get more money from your pocketbook,” Rittenberger said.