Saturday, January 22, 2011

Solar Energy used at Home

How you may ask can we take care of the environment at home.  Well one way is to make sure you separate your waste.  

Put all plastics together and all glass together.  This does not always happen in all countries.  So it is very important for the environment that you take some time out of your busy lives to separate your junk.  

Another way is to make use of lighting that is friendly to the environment.

We can make use of special bulbs at home that will last longer and be more effective in saving energy, which again will save the environment.  To learn more - GO HERE

Sunday, January 16, 2011

Another Way to Go Green

As mentioned in my previous blog, India is all for going green in more ways than one.

Another very effective way to use your resources is to make your Own Biogas for Power!!

Some of you might already know that this technology has been around for a very long time now.

And it's still being used by countries such as China, India and Vietnam, but many such systems are not practical to build and use anywhere.

And what's the reason you may ask!

  • They are massive in scale and take up a lot of space if you decide to build one for your home.
  • Secondly, the Biogas generator depends on Animal waste to produce biogas which can be very inconvenient to use and the smell from animal waste will be very unpleasant for you and your neighbors.
  • Lastly, it can be expensive to build and difficult to maintain it in the long term because of its enormous size.

What if we told you that there is a solution to this problem and a very good one.

How About A Portable Biogas Generator That Could Completely Eliminate Your Gas Bill And Use Food Waste Instead ?


Look at second step in the above diagram; you'll see a Biogas generator.

This is the exact generator that you'll be learning to build in your own backyard.

Don't you find that your gas bills are setting you on fire… Then maybe it is time to look at your options.

I am all for going green and making your own biogas by using food waste. 

It is a brilliant way to help save the environment, isn't it.

Did You Know that Biogas is also know as the green fuel because it is said to be carbon neutral and a source of renewable energy.

We are sure that you have a burning desire to learn more - GO HERE

Saturday, January 15, 2011

Going Green in India

India's Programme Planning for Renewables

Currently India is playing ODI's in South Africa. Indian fans are hoping for the best.

I would like to touch on another matter though. The Department of Non-Conventional Energy Sources was created in the Ministry of Energy(DNES). In 1992, DNES was upgraded and it started functioning as as separate Ministry of Non-Conventional Energy Sources(MNES).

The Ministry takes care of the following specific items:

  • Commission for Additional Sources of Energy(CASE)
  • Solar Energy including solar photovoltaic devices and their development, production and applications
  • Research and development of biogas and programmes relating to biogas units
  • Programme relating to improved wood stoves and research and development thereof
  • All matters relating to small/mini/micro hydel projects of and below 25 MW capacity
  • Research and development of other non-conventional/renewable sources of energy and programmes relating thereto
  • Integrated Rural Energy Programme(IREP)
  • Soft funding for renewable energy systems through Indian Renewable Energy Development Agency

India is really taking it to heart as far as going green is concerned.

Why do we say that?

Well look at some of their major achievements:

Over 4200 MW grid power from wind, small hydro, biomass and solar energy.

3600 remote villages/hamlets, including those in Sunderbans, Bastar, Ladakh and the North East electrified through solar energy.

Deployment of 7.5 lakh solar photovoltaic systems for lighting, communication and related uses.

7 lakh sq.meter collector area solar water heating systems installed.

Largest solar-steam cooking system for 15,000 persons/day set up at Tirupati Tirumal Devasthanam

Integrated Rural Energy Programs Implemented in 860 blocks

That is just to name a few of what was done by India. Now please let it be known that they are not the only ones going to all this trouble to use alternative means to electricity.

What can you do to play a part in making the world Green. Why not look at the option of installing solar panels in and around your home.

It is affordable if you do it yourself and it will help save the environment. To find out more - GO HERE

Thursday, January 13, 2011

7 Reasons to Switch to Solar Energy

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Wednesday, January 12, 2011

Save with Solar Energy

Answer this question - Do you want to save thousands off the cost of solar panels?
Of course you do!

You can now make solar panels at home! You have probably read about it or seen it on TV, but have you tried it yourself?

f you are interested in learning exactly how to generate power and reduce your bill then this is the perfect resource for you! With the ever increasing costs of living, there is no better time than right now to stop throwing money out the window and start generating our own electricity. 
See just how in the illustration below

If you have already contacted your local solar supplier then I'm sure you already know how expensive installation can be.

You probably thought - "That's far too much for me to afford".

But now there is an easy to follow guide that will show you exactly how to make solar panels for much cheaper than retail cost. Mark and I developed this guide and video series so people just like you can save thousands on your solar panel system.
This will help you build your own solar panel. You will learn how to make a solar panel that produces up to 120 watts. Moreover, you can then join these panels together to produce over 1KW of power.

Another thing to think about: After you install the solar panels on your home the value of your home will increase by thousands.    

Before you get started on your solar energy project you need to make sure you have the right tools. More importantly, you need to make sure you have the correct step-by-step instructions.

For more information - GO HERE