What advantages makes LED lightings better for a quality eco-friendly lifestyle?

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July 6th
2013

With rising level of gas emission that leading to global warming, every now and then we do come across the various features encouraging towards adaption of eco-friendly lifestyle. The most common topic about eco-friendly lifestyle is majorly surrounded with advantages and benefits of the energy efficient LED lighting. LED lighting is by far the most [...]

Role of Led Lights in Gardening

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June 21st
2013

There is no season for gardening or neither is it limited to summer playful activity. In fact, one can grow plants whenever they wanted within 365 days of a year, even the one living in cold parts of the world. To serve this purpose, LED growing lights got inspiration from and made to play role. [...]

What is Solar Power and why the need for it?

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December 6th
2012

Here is where Solar Power comes in, almost as a savior. Power generated through solar systems is renewable, sustainable and environment friendly. Solar energy is often called “alternative energy” to fossil fuel energy sources such as coal. Solar is not just a ‘green product’ but a ‘green way of living’. Solar power systems are simple [...]

solar power

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December 5th
2012

What is Solar Power and why the need for it? Due to global warming, our planet is facing climatic alterations. The summers are getting hotter and longer. As the temperatures soar, so does the power consumption. Add to this the population escalation and what we have on our hands is a looming power crisis. In [...]

electric energy

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June 30th
2012

 Electric Energy Electric Energy uses the power of the sun to produce electricity through solar cells, otherwise known as photovoltaics (PV). It can be applied in three ways: 1. Stand-alone 2. Grid-connected 3. Back-up

thermal energy

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June 29th
2012

Thermal Energy Thermal Energy is everywhere. It’s lights up our days. It heats the earth, our bodies and our homes. It dries our clothes and gives us produce like sun-dried tomatoes. All for free! It’s also used to heat water for domestic use or even pools. There are two ways in which water can be [...]

Wind & Solar Power Facts

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June 9th
2012

Wind power 1. In 200 B.C., people in China and the Middle East used windmills to pump water and grind grain. 2. The first modern wind turbine was built in Vermont in the early 1940s. 3. Wind farms currently produce enough electricity to meet the needs of more than 600,000 families in the United States. [...]