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Old 07-06-10, 01:41 AM   #1
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Benefits of adopting green energy resources

Renewable energy is made from resources like sunshine, wind and water which are easily replenished by Mother Nature. It is called green/clean energy as it doesn’t pollute air or water.

The environmental pollution caused by the fossil fuels has faded the greenness that our environment had before. Nowadays, people have started searching for ways to bring back the clean ambience, by adopting a green living. Renewable energy resources are the most suitable options for bringing back the clean atmosphere, as they contain only very simple steps that you can adopt in your day-to-day life. These steps will help you personally too, as you can cut down your monthly expenses to a considerable extent by adopting renewable energy. Renewable energy is highly cost effective than traditional energy resources.

Wind energy, one of the cleanest and cost effective renewable energy resources can generate sufficient electricity to power your homes and offices. A proper use of wind energy can even eliminate your monthly power bill. Wind energy is highly advantageous for people who live in coastal areas. You can generate enough energy to power your homes and sell the extra energy to a power company for a good profit. Most of the people who live in coastal areas have thus managed to make a decent living by constructing windmills and attaching them to a generator to produce power.

Refer the latest green Energy Industry News to know about the methods to adopt wind energy resources and the ways to construct windmills to extract wind energy.

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If X is going green....I'm going pink.
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So does "frilly" mean the same as "****ty"?
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I've often thought of attaching a balloon to my ass to capture some energy.

I could save them up and burn them for winter heat.
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Whilst in winter, fill those same balloons with coolness for upcoming summer. Then burn the nasty balloons for heat next winter. They were hooked up to your ass for Pete's sake.
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I think that the Pete in question is Peter Potamus and His Magic Flying Balloon.
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