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You **establish a "network" of Hyperspace-Energy**, a **energy-grid** if you will, with **some planets that act as generators, and others as receivers**. One receiver can **"hook-up" to more than one transmitter**/plant. You can **manually** define which transmitters you want to **link-up** with - however, a Hyperspace Receiver needs to hook up to always **at least one Transmitter**. You can't switch it off entirely. You can sell the Receiver off course (and by that cut the energy link), but then you would have to build it up again once you need it. You **establish a "network" of Hyperspace-Energy**, a **energy-grid** if you will, with **some planets that act as generators, and others as receivers**. One receiver can **"hook-up" to more than one transmitter**/plant. You can **manually** define which transmitters you want to **link-up** with - however, a Hyperspace Receiver needs to hook up to always **at least one Transmitter**. You can't switch it off entirely. You can sell the Receiver off course (and by that cut the energy link), but then you would have to build it up again once you need it.
-If more than one Receiver hooks up to one Transmitter, then the **energy produced is divided** among them - with 3 Receivers connected to one Transmitter each of them will only receive one third of the energy produced. But not only that, **the farther away a Receiver is located from the Transmitter**, the **less energy will actually arrive at the Receiver**.+If more than one Receiver hooks up to one Transmitter, the energy received is undiminished. However, the farther away a Receiver is located from a Transmitter, the **less energy will actually arrive at the Receiver**.
You can **build more than one Transmitter (aka "power-plant") on a planet**. The more you build, the more energy will be produced. However, the **production-cost** of the Transmitter **rises** with the **number of Transmitters built empire-wide**! You can **build more than one Transmitter (aka "power-plant") on a planet**. The more you build, the more energy will be produced. However, the **production-cost** of the Transmitter **rises** with the **number of Transmitters built empire-wide**!
 
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