The Energy Efficient Home and Why You Should Have One
It makes sense to have a Denver
energy efficient home and to use solar power if possible. The Earth
only gets about 2 Billionth of the energy of the Sun, but that is enough
to divide amongst all the homes on the surface of the planet. It is wise
for people to get an energy audit, perhaps some infrared photos to see
where they are wasting energy. Solar Chimneys are another good idea.
Most of all people need to get into the habit of efficiency and not
wasting anything. We need folks to participate in recycling and solar
power in the home. Indeed, those who partake in smarter energy solutions
for their home will be thinking about other environmental issues too,
which our Online Think Tank was recently reminded of. That is a good
call indeed, good point.
Of course with any great energy source there are always drawbacks. For
instance we are concerned with the batteries that will be needed for
solar cell energy storage and where will all those batteries end up? In
the bottom of the ocean, I hope not.
There are many ways we can reduce our pollution signatures, how about:
"Ocean Wave Energy" and what is your take on Nuclear Energy?
Hydro-electric is problematic in some places due to droughts, for
instance in Australia.
Perhaps if everyone does their part and we could indeed see some
progress and really we have, even corporations and businesses are
thinking about energy efficient buildings. There are a lot of
interesting "Green Roof Top" initiatives, I believe it will very much
help in Urban Heat, rooftops make up a large area in cities. Efficient
energy starts at home, so please do your part okay?
L. Winslow is an Economic Advisor to the Online Think
Tank, a Futurist and retired entrepreneur
t . Currently he is planning a bicycle ride across the US to raise money
for charity and is sponsored by
http://www.Calling-Plans.com and all the proceeds will go to
various charities who sign up.
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