Most of us have seen first hand the effects of burning coal, but when it comes to natural gas what you can’t see is what will kill you. Carbon Monoxide is the bi-product of natural gas, coal and wood. It is colorless, ordorless and very deadly. Nuclear Power has a bad reputation for a few reasons. Accidents like Chernobyl and Three Mile Island gave us an idea of just how bad it could be. Or did they? Although it is one of the more efficient ways to generate electricity it is also dangerous. It has a radioactive bi-product that can stay in the ground (if buried) for over a thousand years.
The primary method for producing electricity is simple. One heats water to the point it turns to steam. The steam is then pressurized and passed over a turbine fan. The fan spins a generator in the system and electricity is produced. This is the method used with nuclear power, hydropower, coal power and so on. The only issue is how you heat the water.
It’s green yet reliable-You can’t run from it. Everyone’s pushing to find more power supplier resources. And biomass is sitting there right under your nose. Take advantage of a green fuel source that has been time tested.
The passive solar heating system uses heat diffusion, the process where heat fills a space. They do not use a pump or any type of mechanical means to distribute the heat.
Solar Powered or Alternative Energy Toys: Grasshopper Solar Powered Bug is amazing toys. Your kids can fellow the installation guide to build their first solar power toys without any experience. There are also wind power and hydropower toys. Your children can explore the power of the nature.
Recycle your paper. Home offices consume paper just as much as regular offices do. Are you in the habit of throwing away sheets of paper that you have already used? If the other side is still blank, you can still reuse it as scratch paper. Or you can let your paper pile up and then take it to your local recycling center.
As far as I’m concerned ocean wave energy is the most renewable and sustainable energy source we could ever hope to use. First of all we know it sustainable because ocean waves have been going on for 4.5 billion years as far as we know. That’s a lot of dynamic pressure, and it is as old as the moon which orbits our Earth. Why wouldn’t we be using it, harvesting it, and taking advantage of this resource? Please consider all this and think on it.