Solar Power – Plug into the Sun

Home » Activism » Solar Power – Plug into the Sun

Using Solar Power wherever you can will help reduce energy bills

It is time to think of ways to cut the electricity bill. If you don’t have a large amount of money to set up a full solar power system, solar power for lights and cooking are two easy ways to make a significant difference to the power bill.

Solar Ovens

can be used to meet up to 70% of the needs of a family of 6 to 8 people, entirely with the power of the sun. Even though it is called an oven, food can be boiled, steamed, roasted or baked at cooking temperatures of 360° F / 182° C, making it ideal for cooking the majority of foods in the developing and western world. Build your own or take a look at the latest inventions.

Over 2 billion people cook with wood, charcoal or dung as their primary cooking fuel and the social, economic and environmental impacts are significant. These fuels are becoming increasingly scarce and costly. In western countries it is seriously time to think of ways to conserve electricity.

I often wonder why toxic batteries haven’t been outlawed or at least for any gadget that can run on a tiny solar cell.
There are so many gadgets that are powered by the sun these days.

Check out the solar showers

Related Posts

Reforestation project Kenya

Thirty years ago, in the country of Kenya, 90% of the forest had been chopped down. Without trees to hold the topsoil in place, the...

Pin It on Pinterest

Share This