More and more of us are asking ourselves how we can go green and adjust our habits for the benefit of ourselves and the planet. In our homes, with our cars or just in life generally?
Can solar or wind powering our home be accesible as indicated by proponents of alternative energy power and resources?Does the average person have the means to incorporate solar, wind, geothermal and/or other forms of energy sources into our daily lives?
Hype aside, in our gut, most of us do sense the innate logic and core credibility of the concept of working with -- harnessing and channeling -- virtually unlimited “green” energy sources rather than continuing the traditional extracting and depleting of the planet Earth's finite resources.
Food for Thought: The amount of sunlight that the surface of the Earth receives (for free) in one hour exceeds the amount of energy that the whole world needs for an entire year!
Buying, say, a solar panel which can link to any outlet in your house may not cost as much as you think. Even very specific projects, such as building your own home generator are not as daunting as you might think. Worth looking into, for sure.
Starting with modest steps, small adjustments inattitudes and in energy consumption patterns, we can all go green. Think about not only our lifetime but those of our children and future generations to come.
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