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Wenley Moor nuclear research facility was developing a method to convert nuclear energy directly to electric. The goal was for this to be a cheaper and safer method of doing so, and Charles Lawrence boasted of a "limitless supplies of cheap, safe energy". The Silurian base nearby drew power from this reactor after the reactor appeared, waking the Silurians from their hibernation units when the mechanism had failed to wake them up for millions of years. (TV: Doctor Who and the Silurians) Another major source of electricity on Earth was solar energy; this was known as solar power. (TV: The Seeds of Death)
The Pyroviles converted the energy of the lava within Vesuvius to create a fusion matrix, to be used to convert humans to their own kind. The Tenth Doctor foiled their plans of world domination, though, when he caused the volcano to erupt and destroyed them and the power supply. (TV: The Fires of Pompeii)
Space-time rifts such as the one in Cardiff radiated large amounts of temporal energy, which the Ninth (TV: Boom Town) and Tenth Doctors (TV: Utopia) used to fuel their TARDISes. TARDISes themselves released chronon energy. (PROSE: Attack of the Snowmen)
The Weeping Angels lived off potential energy. (TV: Blink) They once tried to feed on the time energy from a crack on the Byzantium, but it proved stronger in the end and devoured them, even erasing them from ever having existed. (TV: Flesh and Stone)
The Isolus used ionic energy to keep themselves amused on long journeys. When possessing Chloe Webber, one used it to extract objects and people into her drawings, and even to create some creatures, like the scribble creature. (TV: Fear Her)