When cooled, water vapor in thermal power plants gives off less heat than was spent on heating it.

When cooled, water vapor in thermal power plants gives off less heat than was spent on heating it. Doesn’t this contradict the law of conservation of energy?

If the gas did the job while heating, it gives the refrigerator less heat than that which was spent on heating it.

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