Cool Renewable Energy Ontario images
Some cool renewable power ontario images:
A modern day windmill in Ontario
We had been driving by and noticed the new energy savings program they’ve put in place, great job Canada, now if we all jumped on the turbine band wagon, what a great planet this could be. I actually did not believe this photo would get so significantly attention, but it is the sign of the times. Power is a crisis and speaking of power today’s gas price here in Vancouver is .22/litre (lowest grade) as of Apr/08, how considerably is it over there?
The most modern generations of windmills are more properly called wind turbines, or wind generators, and are primarily used to generate electricity. Contemporary windmills are created to convert the energy of the wind into electricity. The largest wind turbines can generate up to 6MW of power (for comparison a contemporary fossil fuel power plant generates among 500 and 1,300MW).
With increasing environmental concern, and approaching limits to fossil fuel consumption, wind power has regained interest as a renewable energy source. It is increasingly becoming far more helpful and sufficient in offering power for many locations of the planet.
One region in which it is becoming rather common is about the midwest of the United States where, due to excellent amounts of wind, turbines have grow to be quite valuable.
Clothesline: environmentally friendly clothes dryer
Image by Peter Blanchard
Everywhere in Ontario it is now legal to hang out your laundry! Awesome! Personally, I discover climate change, energy expenses and the several other effects of wasting resources considerably more shocking than the sight of somebody’s undies! Related news and links: Ontario Clothesline Bans Banned (since April 2008).