Solar energy has just start here in Kentucky but us installing on the system's. We started this company in 2009 Some of the common questions we get. Is solar affordable, does it work in our area, Do we have enough son. and answer to all those questions is Yes We use Sun Power Panels from rooftops to ground mount. Percy and pay back on the system is lowest. Four years is a very short term investment for a product this warranty for 25 years. You own your house why do you rancher your power.
SOLAR IN THE TAR SANDS Indigenous community launches solar powered health centre
The Lubicon Cree have been here since time immemorial. Indigenous people have a very intimate connection with our homelands here, in northern Alberta. And what we've seen instead is Industry coming in and taking over our lands and really exploiting them. It's had a detrimental impact. We see companies digging down into the earth, trying to extract the very last drops of oil. But instead, we can start looking up. We're bathing in sunlight all around us and we're not utilizing that energy. And so that's why our community has decided to install solar.
We've got a state of the art system going in here. I think it's really important that we take this project next level. Essentially 20.8 kilowatt capacity is what this will end up becoming. Which will connect in through the health center but which will feed the whole community in terms of energy. That's 80 panels, are going to go on top of these polls. We're very deliberate about this because we want it to be something that's still very much a central site in this community, that people will see.
It will welcome visitors and people will be reminded of it every day. We wanted to retain the land use potential. It's something that's going to be in the community, behind us, for at least 50 years. It's pretty amazing to see this project go up. A lot of the community members, the young people are working and getting hands on training right now. It's really amazing to see how, proud people are of it, and how it's a community project because all of this has been through the blood sweat and tears of the community.
This project matters to us because it represents who we are and where we are going in the future. When you see the work I can say that I did that, I took part and I did it right. So there will be a lot of people seeing it every day, and I can tell people I worked on this. Heh. I know that in a lot of the ceremonies and the songs, the sun is praised. Even the project name, Pitapan, means the coming of the dawn , and it's the coming of a new era.
Breakthrough sunscreen claims to protect skin, boost health
0.05. THEY SAY IT'S A WAY REDUCE ALCOHOLRELATED ROAD ACCIDENTS. IN THE LAST 15YEARS, ONETHIRD OF ALL HIGHWAY DEATHS INVOLVED J.C. IT'S NOT ON THE MARKET YET, BUT A NEW SUNSCREEN FOR SALE THIS SUMMER COULD OFFER MORE HEALTH BENEFITS THAN JUST PROTECTION FROM SUNBURNS. NEWSCENTER 5'S EXPLAINS THIS BREAKTHROUGH IN SUNBLOCK. gtgt IT GOES ON VERY SMOOTHLY. THIS NEW SUNSCREEN, IN SHORT SUPPLY RIGHT NOW AT THE BOSTON UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MEDICINE. BUT IN AUSTRALIA, SOLARD IS CHANGING THE WAY PEOPLE PROTECT THEIR SKIN AND THEIR HEALTH. gtgt MOST PEOPLE ON THE PLANET ARE.
GETTING THEIR VITAMIN D FROM SUN EXPOSURE. AND SO IF YOU GET NO SUN EXPOSURE, YOU'RE AT EXTREMELY HIGH RISK FOR VITAMIN D DEFICIENCY. gtgt DR. MICHAEL HOLICK SAYS THE NUMBER OF PEOPLE AT RISK IS INCREASING, MORE PEOPLE WORK INDOORS. AND MANY OF US ARE USING EXCELLENT SUNBLOCK. gtgt ULTRAVIOLET LIGHT MAKES VITAMIN D IN YOUR SKIN SO IF IT ABSORBS 97 TO 98, THAT MEANS IT REDUCES YOUR ABILITY TO MAKE VITAMIN D BY 97 TO 98. gtgt NOT ENOUGH VITAMIN D CAN LEAD TO SERIOUS HEALTH PROBLEMS, RICKETS OR SOFT BONES IN.
CHILDREN. OSTEOPOROSIS IN ADULTS. IT ALSO CAN INCREASE THE RISK OF DEVELOPING BREAST CANCER, COLON CANCER AND TYPE 2 DIABETES. gtgt AND BASICALLY THE LIST GOES ON. SO EVERY TISSUE AND CELL IN YOUR BODY IS A VITAMIN D RECEPTOR. gtgt DR. HOLICK AND A TEAM OF RESEARCHERS DESIGNED SOLARD TO BE DIFFERENT, REDUCING SOME OF THE INGREDIENTS SO PEOPLE CAN STILL BLOCK THE BURN, BUT NOT THE BENEFITS. gtgt MOST OF THE INGREDIENTS ARE THE SAME. IT'S JUST THAT THE INGREDIENTS HAVE BEEN CHANGED IN A CLEVER WAY TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE.
Solar Energy Limitless Possibilities Isaac Asimov on Solar Energy NAE E4U2 Tutorial Contest 2015
We need some other project so huge that it can only be done by all the nations of the world acting together to the best of their ability, we need a project so all encompassing that we can manage to have all the various nations work at it and be glad to have it. Something that would create something that all of the nations could benefit from. If we can build power stations in space, if we can use energy directly from the sun converted into microwaves and beaming down to the Earth, we would finally have energy free of geography.We.
Wouldn't have coal that existed in some nations and not in others. Oil, in which some nations were rich and others were poor. We wouldn't forever have to have the manufacturers exploit agriculturalists or the raw material owners, exploit those who need it, and so on. We would have something out in space that all contributed to, and that reached all equally. Space would be equally reachable by all parts of the Earth, the energy that came down would go as easily to one part of the Earth as to another.
Stand for Reality Hillary Clinton
Future generations will look back and wonder, what were we thinking How could we possibly be so irresponsible I'm just a grandmother with two eyes and a brain and I know what's happening in the world is going to have a big effect on my daughter and especially on my granddaughter. It's hard to believe there are people running for president who still refuse to accept the settled science of climate change. Who would rather remind us they're not scientists than listen to those who are. You don't have to be a scientist to take on this urgent challenge.
That threatens us all, you just have to be willing to act. America has made a start in addressing this threat. The renewable energy industry It created over 50,000 new jobs and drove more than 35 billion dollars in investment last year alone. But we have to do much more and we have to do it now. On day one as president, I will set two ambitious national goals that will test our capacities but that I know are within our reach. First, I will ensure we hit a target of having more that half a billion solar panels installed.
Across the country by the end of my first term. Second, we'll set a 10year goal of generating enough renewable energy to power every single home in America. Over the next few months I will lay out a comprehensive agenda to meet the climate challenge and make America the world's clean energy superpower. We're all going to have to do our part, but that's who we are as Americans. We don't hide from change we harness it. We're on the cusp of a new era. We can have more choice in the energy we consume and produce.
President Obama on Americas Clean Power Plan
Music The President Our climate is changing. It's changing in ways that threaten our economy, our security, and our health. This isn't opinion it's fact, backed up by decades of carefully collected data and overwhelming scientific consensus. And it has serious implications for the way that we live now. We can see it and we can feel it hotter summers rising sea levels extreme weather events like stronger storms, deeper droughts, and longer wildfire seasons. All disasters that are becoming more frequent, more expensive, and more dangerous. Our own families experience it too.
Over the past three decades, asthma rates have more than doubled. And as temperatures keep warming, and smog gets worse, those Americans will be at even greater risk of landing in the hospital. Climate change is not a problem for another generation. Not anymore. That's why, on Monday, my administration will release the final version of America's Clean Power Plan the biggest, most important step we've ever taken to combat climate change. Power plants are the single biggest source of the harmful carbon pollution that contributes to climate change. But until now there have been no federal limits.
To the amount of that pollution those plants can dump into the air. Think about that. We limit the amount of toxic chemicals, like mercury and sulphur and arsenic, in our air and water, and we're better off for it. But existing power plants can still dump unlimited amounts of harmful carbon pollution into the air we breathe. For the sake of our kids, for the health and safety of all Americans, that's about to change. We've been working with states and power companies to make sure they've got the flexibility they need to cut.
This pollution, all the while lowering energy bills, ensuring reliable service, and paving the way for new jobcreating innovations that help America lead the world forward. If you believe, like I do, that we can't condemn our kids and grandkids to a planet that's beyond fixing, then I'm asking you to share this message with your friends and family. Push your own communities to adopt smarter, more sustainable practices. Remind everyone who represents you that protecting the world we leave to our children is a prerequisite for your vote. Join us.
Energy Management and Sustainable Building Technology Durham College
One reason Durham College is offering the program is to show people in Ontario Durham College's commitment to energy sustainability and energy management. By offering a program like this, it expands that to people who are interested in getting into the energy management field. Those people who are concerned about consumption, those people who wanna see how they can make a building more sustainable and get it to use less energy. Energy management is one of the biggest importances for a facility in that it controls and engineers the energy use of a facility. Some systems are operating 247, a lot of times.
Especially with our industry in lighting, people will pay a hydro bill, they'll turn lights off and on yet that's about the extent of their knowledge. That's not their fault, they don't see what it's costing them to run the facility. Everything within a facility related to energy, there's an equivalency to environmental impact and that has an effect on our children. The air we breathe, the water we drink, everything. I chose this program because it's brand new and it's really one of maybe 2 in the country that is focused on the area in particular.
I chose it because I am really keen on how to go green, but not only that, but how to cut energy. The professors are really good because they are working in the field that they're teaching. Also just general class sizes and oneonone interaction is a lot better. We have the mechanical class and there's 6 of us so that's pretty much unbeatable. I chose Durham College because of the program primarily. I was pleasantly surprised at the facilities here at the Whitby Campus. Definitely not regretting the decision at all, it's.
A good place to learn. Companies are putting a lot more emphasis on corporate sustainability practices like what they do ethically or non ethically has a huge impact on their sales and on their business growth. When a student graduates from this program, they're going to be be able to walk into a building and take a look at the structure as a whole, understanding all the components, how the components integrate with themselves. I can see in the industry it's a huge growing importance on energy management because the industry is asking for it big time for energy management, to have energy managers within a.
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