Missouri Wind and Solar & USA SolarWorld solar panels

Hi everybody, I’m Jeff from Missouri Wind and Solar and I want to show you the new SolarWorld mono solar panels we’re starting to carry. These are really nice panels, they’re made in America, and I’ll give you a look at the backside so you can see what it looks like. Okay, there’s the specs […]

Rob Hopkins: Transition to a world without oil

As a culture, we tell ourselves lots of stories about the future, and where we might move forward from this point. Some of those stories are that somebody is just going to sort everything out for us. Other stories are that everything is on the verge of unraveling. But I want to tell you a […]

The Journey of Electrical Energy

Who of us hasn’t left the TV on, even though we are not watching? Who hasn’t left the lights on, even though we are not in the room? Nowadays, electric power is regarded as a common commodity. Just as the sun rises every day, we believe that electricity simply is there. Electricity appears to be […]

Sundance Retrofit – Renewable

– [Narrator] This is Sundance, a community of 78 homes and 150 people. And Jean, Sandy and Stuart believe this type of community is the future of sustainable housing. 80% of the buildings that will be standing by 2050 are already standing today, and with 40% of emissions come from powering buildings we need a […]

Understanding Energy: Are electric company fixed fees fair?

what’s the fair way to charge people for electricity it seems easy enough you pay for how much electricity you use right like Donuts you pay by the Dozen but in addition to charging by use electric company bills also have something called a customer charge or a basic or service charge this is a […]

How People Began Using Fossil Fuels

Decomposing plants and other organisms, buried beneath layers of sediment and rock, have taken millennia to become the carbon-rich deposits we now call fossil fuels. These non-renewable fuels, which include coal, oil, and natural gas, supply about 80 percent of the world’s energy. They provide electricity, heat, and transportation, while also feeding the processes that […]

Artificial Leaf Technology Could One Day Power Our World

I’ve got some Big Green News for you: scientists at the University of Waterloo in Canada have come up with a new design for an artificial leaf. That means a whole new way of making cleaner burning fuels using a process that mimics photosynthesis! But…what’s an artificial leaf? And could it really help us move […]

John Kiemele explains electricity benefits for multi-residential customers

Multi-unit residential electricity customers in Ontario are unique and are able to take advantage of some special supply rates from the local utility and market supply agreements provide no benefit to these types of customers and will actually cause them to pay more. Many consumers in Ontario of a Mulit-res nature are not fully aware […]

Top 5 Solar Gadgets 2017 P2 | Solar System In A Box | Solar panels of future

hello products are shown in no particular order to know more links in the description below sit back and enjoy number one on list Oh ah Oh number two Solar paper is super small and slim so you can conveniently carry the solar paper when traveling or even in daily life a new solar energy […]

What electrical appliances are increasing electricity consumption that could be supplied by BIPV?

My name is Mohammad Salah el Soqbi, I am here on behalf of the Egyptian European business association and pretty much interested in the use of PV specially to supply a number of the household appliances air conditioning is one of the most consuming instruments or appliances in households they contribute maybe up to 50% […]