Non-carbon Thermal Energy

Traditionally, people get most of their energy from carbon based fuels like wood and fossil fuels. All are polluting and the fossil fuels are non-renewable. There are at least three non-carbon sources of thermal energy. They are Solar, Geothermal and Nuclear. Solar Thermal Energy First Applications People probably dried themselves …

Cleaning Up Our Planet with New Technologies and Products

We are replacing products that burn dirty fossil fuel with those that use clean solar energy.       Sunshine is clean, free and as yet, still untaxed.    This is the first in a series of newsletters on cleaning up our planet. These newsletters will explore practical means of cleaning up …

Incorporating Solar Into The Curriculum

Schools across the United States have looked to solar to both save and make money.  They have also looked to solar to teach students practical math, science and social applications. Pierremont Elementary in Manchester, MO, installed 25-kilowatt systems on 33 buildings, creating an 825-kilowatt system, but they didn’t stop there.  …