Radiant energy emitted by the
The Very First Windmill......
The first windmills were in use in Persia at least by the 9th century and
possibly as early as the 7th century
Winter Solar Facts
Solar panels will produce energy all year, however it
will produce significantly less during the winter months. Solar
panels can still generate energy even on a cloudy day and the Energy Saving
Trust even estimates that a system can still generate up to a 1/3 of the energy
on a cloudy day that would usually be produced on a sunny day.. The summer months will make up for the that! The sun does shine at times in the winter months of Upstate New York.....
Khols of Ithaca
Congratulations Khols Department Store in Ithaca. Twin Tier Solar and Wind has just completed the solar install on the roof of their building.
Another congrats to the New install going on at the Auburn Khols....
Wind and Solar
Nationally, renewable electricity generation in the US doubled from 2006 to 2011
and prices for wind, solar..........
Residential wind turbines allow people to live partially or
completely off the electricity grid. People who live in rural areas which can
not easily access utility lines also turn to wind power for energy. The Indian
government has recently set mandates to push clean power, and many people are
choosing to use residential wind turbines there. Many people in the United
Kingdom are turning to wind power to save money and go
Incentives for Solar
Solar homes sell faster and at a higher value than comparable properties
Which forms of energy are ultimately derived from solar
NYSERDA's residential programs help homeowners and renters reduce their energy
costs through incentives and low-interest loans
Food for the mind
The total amount of fossil fuels used by humans since the beginning of
civilization is equivalent to less than 30 days of sunshine.
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