This Designer Is Thinking Green

Fossil fuel is non-renewable energy, that means it will run out a day in future no matter how much it is under our earth’s crust. But nowadays we still heavily rely on fossil fuel as our major energy source. We use fossil fuel ( petrol, natural gas, coal ) to generate energy, for transportation and making many daily-use product ( plastic bag, nylon, PVC and etc. ). Can you imagine what will happen when the fossil fuel is exhausted?

The U.S. is definitely not immune to the possibility of what is know as hyper inflation. This is where the costs of everyday goods go through the roof. The result is the loss in value of the American dollar. If this happens, the dollar will only buy a fraction of what it can buy today.

Those are really good ways to save some money on purchasing gas, what if you still desire to drive? Gas is very expensive at present that people are keen to do anything in order to save money, by all means identify what you are going into, or else you will finish up losing extra money, destroying vehicle or else suffering accident.

Self-sufficiency: To produce as much of the basic necessities of living from the time and space you can comfortably use. To use as much of the technology that is practical for the production of power supplier and to reduce the use of energy.

In the true sense, solar power if developed well can supply the whole world. On the first place, sun is a free source of energy compared to hydropower plants owned by several companies wherein you need to pay monthly. Otherwise, they will cut the supply of your home’s power. But what’s great about solar power is that, it promotes green environment. There no need to burn fossil fuels just to produce electricity.

Private developers-Private developers who want to make a good investment can also capitalize off biomass. When you pick the right setting, you can build a fully functional biomass power plant. Once it’s all completed, you sell it to someone else who is in the business of running them. You make a profit. They get the plant they wanted. Everyone stands to gain.

Evergreen has a good product, but are in growing pains right now. It is trying to ramp up production, build factories, and make a profit all at the same time. It is definitely not easy. However, they have a big backlog of orders and a secured supply of silicon. The only things they need to do are to control costs and turn a profit. One catch is that they have $317 million of debt and only $86 million of cash, while still burning cash every quarter. It is definitely not a stock I would recommend to everyone, but if you understand the risks involved, there is little downside to this stock at a share price of $1.70.