# Inductor Energy

## Table of Contents

## Energy #

The energy stored in an inductor is given by:

$$ E = \frac{1}{2} L I^2 $$

Where

- \( \small E \) represents the energy stored in the inductor in joules (J),
- \( \small L \) is the inductance of the inductor, in henries (H), and
- \( \small I \) is the current through the inductor, in amperes (A).