I have been reading and hearing a lot of discussion lately about the very real potential for a serious economic collapse of the U.S. economy. This discussion is not coming from government, industry or the wealthy one percent. For them this is an inconvenient discussion, and does not work with their plans and positions of wealth and power.
Recycle your paper. Home offices consume paper just as much as regular offices do. Are you in the habit of throwing away sheets of paper that you have already used? If the other side is still blank, you can still reuse it as scratch paper. Or you can let your paper pile up and then take it to your local recycling center.
Self-sufficiency: To produce as much of the basic necessities of living from the time and space you can comfortably use. To use as much of the technology that is practical for the production of sustainable energy and to reduce the use of energy.
In the true sense, solar power if developed well can supply the whole world. On the first place, sun is a free source of energy compared to hydropower plants owned by several companies wherein you need to pay monthly. Otherwise, they will cut the supply of your home’s power. But what’s great about solar power is that, it promotes green environment. There no need to burn fossil fuels just to produce electricity.
The passive solar heating system uses heat diffusion, the process where heat fills a space. They do not use a pump or any type of mechanical means to distribute the heat.
Building solar panels is not as difficult as you might think. The solar cells are what transform sunlight into energy. These cells are wired together. Once this transformation has taken place, heat light and hot water are available literally on tap. Your appliances can also be powered up to work for you in this way. The materials will set you back in the region of two hundred dollars. Do it yourself stores and most hardware stores will stock these items.
People and businesses taking advantage of this technology today are the people and businesses of the future. But solar power is here now, and it is here to stay.