I live in NZ where nuclear electricity generation is not an option and where solutions have to be found that are sustainable. Most of our electricity is generated by hydro-electric dams but as we move towards needing more electricity (it seems minimising use is in the too-hard basket) we are being asked to consider “solutions” such as Marsden B – a proposed coal fired power station. What I want to know is, why cant electricity companies make a deal with us to install solar panels on our roofs which can contribute to the national grid daily? Obviously electricity is difficult to store but there must be a more sustainable and economically friendly way to deliver electricity to homes without sacrificing the planet.
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- Solar Turbines: How Do Solar Panels Work, And How It Can Generate Electricity? (9/1/2011)
- Solar Turbines: How Many Solar Panels Do I Need To Run My Two Bedroom Townhouse Without Electricity From The Grid? (5/14/2011)
- What companies are the best in supplying Alternative Energy Generators(Solar, Wind…)?