What are the benefits of having a solar energy home to live in? We all hear stories about how it can save money, or even make us money, but how is this so? What’s so great about solar energy anyway? Doesn’t it cost a lot to have a solar panel array set up for using it all to generate your own electricity? Let’s take a look at the answers to these in the three major benefits below…
The sun is a star, astronomically speaking. Astronomers class it as a G2 – V star. The G2 portion of the classification means the sun is the second hottest type of star in the yellow star class. The V means the sun is a main sequence, or dwarf star.
There’s also power supplier advocate and writer Al Weinrub. He argues that decentralized energy, or putting renewable systems in as many places in a community as possible, generates wealth, spurs economic revitalization and helps adapt to climate change.
There is an increasing interest in the raw food diet as a way of redressing this balance. Some people are simply adding more raw fresh food into their diet whilst others have gone totally raw. Of course you can still have a raw food diet that doesn’t meet your nutritional needs because you have missed out some of essential vitamin and mineral components and haven’t got the balance right. So you have to do it right. But for those that have, the results are astonishing, in terms of health, energy and vitality.
Wind helps the heat of the sun to the earth. The wind unite with the heat of the sun to causes evaporation. When water becomes rain it will produces energy, which can then be captured by hydropower.
Garbage is inexhaustible it seems and a growing concern for municipalities. I grew up on Long Island and back in the forties they use to dump it in a big pile and light a match to it. The resultant stink was quite memorable. Growth of Nassau and Suffolk counties of course led to some deep thinking. There are old sand mines they started to dump in but they stunk too. Several towns tried several types of incinerators which was an improvement lost their licenses due to emissions. Finally they built 2 large plants that used technology developed to destroy chemical weapons to burn the trash and use the heat to make steam to run generators. They charge to unload the trash then turn around and sell the power.
Setting a standard for energy sustainability can be defined by its supply and accessibility. Even since in the dawn of mankind, solar has provided enough supply for power easily. And if earlier people have used it for their daily need, how can we not do it today?