Six Facts About Solar Energy

With a few low tech ideas you can get tough and have lots of energy. The holistic approach to energy building to sustain high level energy without the use of over stimulating substances can be as simple as lemon water and peanut butter.

These designs are readily available online from specialist web sites and the pieces of equipment are available from DIY or hobbyist stores. Once you have made your sustainable energy resources, they are practically maintenance free, although you may have to top up the batteries with sulphuric acid or distilled water.

Sounds familiar. The gold this time around is the free energy around us on a daily basis. There’s enough gold in them thar hills, I mean solar energy emanating from the center of our system to provide more than enough energy the world could consume. We just have to find the means to harvest that energy without breaking the bank and do it cheaper than we can by either digging coal out of the ground or sucking and processing crude oil.

Of course it does not make sense for hydropower to be used everywhere. There are many places where there just is not enough water flowing in the area for them to work well. Not every place as an abundance of rivers, streams, and oceans to produce hydropower. Most of them are found along the West of the United States. They are in Oregon, Washington, and California.

So some people have chosen to get off the grid. Generally, there are three basic ways to create your own power – solar power, wind power and hydro power.

11. Assume you might be wrong! Monitor your decisions and actions to make sure the results are on track and no unintended consequences are showing up.

As a leader, walk through the workplace or the store. How do you think the employees or customers feel? Put yourself in their shoes. Do a bit of probing. Call the customer service. Obtain feedback from employees. Ask them what they think is the best thing that’s happening in the workplace or the business and what is bugging them. When someone complains about a certain area or a behavior in the staff, can you feel the dread or the energy being sucked or drained in the room? Look and listen carefully. Be objective for now and refrain from making any judgments. Just thoroughly assess what you see, hear and feel.

Anger is also a driving force to change things. If we can use the energy of anger to inspire us to work for a cause which changes some of the bad habits that society has got into we are turning a potentially negative emotion into something good for us and society.