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93.9% of the energy that is consumed by US is NOT from renewable sources.

The best choices when it comes to home power are solar and wind power. These count for only 0.2% of the energy that is consumed.


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 your own electricity



Solar energy

Solar energy is one of the most resourceful sources of energy for the future. One of the reasons for this is that the total energy we receive each year from the sun is around 35,000 times the total energy used

by man.

Solar energy is presently being used on a smaller scale in furnaces for homes and to heat up swimming pools. On a larger scale use, solar energy could be used to run cars, power plants, and even space ships. Solar technologies use the sun's energy and light to provide heat, light, hot water, electricity, and even cooling, for homes, businesses, and industry.




Energy saving tips - Hot water

  • Set the geyser temperature to 60 degrees
  • Insulate both the geyser and outlet pipes to keep the water warm the savings in electricity make it a good investment
  • Taking a shower instead of a bath can save on hot water
  • If you do take a bath do not fill the tub, use as little water as possible
  • Use a low-flow shower head to control the amount of water used
  • Allowing hot water to pour out of taps and down the drain is wasteful
  • Fix all leaking taps.

Wind Energy

Wind energy is plentiful, renewable, widely distributed, clean, and reduces greenhouse gas emissions when it displaces fossil-fuel-derived electricity. Therefore, it is considered by experts to be more environmentally friendly than many other energy sources. The intermittency of wind seldom creates problems when using wind power to supply a low proportion of total demand. Where wind is to be used for a moderate fraction of demand, additional costs for compensation of intermittency are considered to be modest.