A Renewable Energy Source
By Michael Ross
This article was published by PristinePlanet.com Newsletter, issue #1, 2004-11-10.
Even now, as so many consumers (in SUVs) hurtle towards an uncertain future of Peak Oil and prohibitively expensive gasoline, other folks are actively exploring energy sources that involve far greater sustainability and less environmental damage. Among these renewable energy sources are: wind (in the form of modern windmills, now more efficient than their predecessors), solar (captured in rooftop solar panels), and hydrogen (utilizing the electrolysis of water method). These natural energy solutions have been harnessed for centuries — even using remarkably low-tech methods — and are readily available. Moreover, they are independent of Middle East stability and OPEC machinations, and provide energy remarkably cleaner than can carbon- and nuclear-based options.
As an ecologically conscious consumer, you probably would like to learn more about these energy options. But where does one start? Fortunately, The Renewable Energy Center provides a website where you can learn more about alternative energy sources, including hydrogen fuel infrastructure. The site offers research links, products, services, and installation partners for solar, wind, and hydrogen systems. As an example, their Green Garage Energy System is a complete hydrogen energy production system. It is capable of providing electricity to your residence or business, in addition to providing hydrogen for fueling a hydrogen vehicle. The goal of The Renewable Energy Center is to be a comprehensive source for all of your renewable energy product and service needs, while saving you time and money by working directly with their suppliers. For instance, the Renewable Energy Center has partnered with other firms that provide customers with nationwide installation services and financing options, in order to help make any purchase of an alternative energy system hassle-free.
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