Researching renewable green energy sources can be tricky as a ton of information is available, and it is difficult to know which sources you can rely on. This article is going to give you information that will help you on the path to making use of green energy at home.
Receiving electric power
Speak with your utility company about receiving your electric power from a renewable source. Many metropolitan areas get some of their power from hydroelectric, geothermal, solar, or wind powered plants. Often, the electric company can simply apply a certain amount of your electric bill to renewable energy without you needing to make any other changes.
Furnace filters should be replaced annually, and check them monthly for cleanliness. Installing the filters in warm-air registers is also a great idea. Debris (and small toys) will not reach the heating ducts to clog the main filter.
Install a micro hydropower system
If your property has a small stream running through it, you can install a micro hydropower system. These systems divert a small amount of the water through a turbine or wheel, providing energy that can be used to light and heat your home. If the flow is strong enough, you can power multiple homes on one of these systems.
Green living is not only about buying the right products, but it is about saving on energy when ever possible. When you are not in the room, take the time to turn off your ceiling fans to conserve energy and not waste power. If you are not in the room, there is no need to have the fan on.
Reading through green energy forums online isn’t necessarily fun, but using the tips contained in the preceding article will be. These tips are easy and affordable means of incorporating simple changes to your house that will yield great results for both you and the environment. Both your family and the planet will benefit.