It is said that the sun rays falling on the earth in just one HOUR could supply the electricity needs of the whole world for one YEAR.
Tells you a lot about the enormous potential of solar energy. Of course sunlight needs to be captured and fed into electrical circuits, or stored. The good news is that advanced technology to do this already exists and is constantly pressing forward.
Maybe you’ve considered installing some solar panels or a solar hot water system on your roof (or mounted on the ground) but want to see something concrete first?
Just your luck, there’s a National Solar Tour coming up on October 2, 2010, sponsored by the ASES (American Solar Energy Society.) Hundreds of homes, businesses or public buildings with solar arrays will host a tour that day. You can see solar installations with your own eyes, get information, ask your questions.
For a tour close to you, visit http://www.ases.org/ and click on the icon for the National Solar Tour. Let me know how it goes!
Tuesday, August 31, 2010
Sunday, August 22, 2010
interview with Meredith Sue Willis in May, I recently talked to her about her new book, Ten Strategies to Write Your Novel. Please see my Guest Blog on Kathy Temean's Writing and Illustrating site for the interview.