Category Archives: Solar Power

Household Water – DIY Water Harvesting and Recycling

Introduction
The great thing about working to optimize the way you use and collect water for your home, is that you get to feel as though you are doing something practical to improve the environment without making sacrifices, but actually benefiting your household.

Tips For Buying A Solar Water Panel System

Installing a solar water panel system at home is a good way to cut down on your electricity bill. But before you go out and buy the first system you see, here are a few things to consider to help you find the best solution for your situation…

How to Build Your Own Solar Cell

So, you are going green, and have started to successfully build your own solar panels. The next logical step will be building the solar cells, as well, right?

Three Reasons NJ Is The Hottest Place For Solar Energy

Just like the rest of the country, the people of the Garden State are environmentalists. However, there is a more compelling reason that such huge numbers of people are going solar currently. At this moment, New Jersey has the most compelling conditions in history for residential solar power. Small wonder why New Jersey has rapidly become America’s second biggest state for solar installations–and is equally rapidly approaching the state in the #1 spot, California.

Alternative Energy And Renewable Energies

It is important to think about the ways that the average homes today are actually hurting the environment, and the things that can be done about that fact. The average American household actually produces about two times the amount of greenhouse gas emissions that the average car does. Half of the energy costs go to either heating or cooling the home. However, there are things that can be done about this, if homes take the correct steps. Rising gas prices, coupled with tax incentives for those that use renewable energies, as well as the creation of more and more alternative energies each year, is leading to a world wide change in energy use.



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