Last week, we talked about using
solar power in your home to either totally power or at least assist in powering
your house. This week we’re going to continue talking about clean energy with
another method that gets a lot of pictures taken of it – wind power! You’ve
probably seen the Steel
Winds project on Lake Erie, near Lackawanna. It is one of the largest urban
wind developments in the world, producing enough power for about 6,000 average
American homes. Read on for information about your own wind power project!
this blog, we’ve talked quite a bit about the weatherization services that we
at Neighborhood Housing Services of South Buffalo offer. Not only does having
your home weatherized lead to a lower energy cost for you, it also creates a
greener and healthier environment in your home.
the recent presidential election, the question was often brought up about
alternative power sources. Now, more often than not, they were referring to
gasoline alternatives, but we should think about different ways to get power to
our homes and businesses as well. After all, what if any of the
post-apocalyptic shows and movies ever came true? We would want to still be
able to use our devices and appliances, I’m sure! We’re going to look at a
couple different alternative sources we could use now. First up is solar power.