Did you know?
If it were harnessed properly, enough sunlight falls on the earth in one hour to meet world energy needs for a whole day.
It takes a village to raise a child. Each individual looks out for their neighbors and the children of the community. Hoosiers look out for one another.
And let’s face it, folks: digging stuff out of the ground and burning it is no longer the best way to power our modern lifestyle from the perspective of ourselves, our neighbors and the children of our community. Even a so-called “clean-burning” fuel produces pollution all along the supply chain, from digging wells and mines to launching the combustion byproducts into the air we all share.
And in Indiana, most of our power comes from coal, which is not a “clean burning” fuel. Coal smoke and byproducts are not something you want for yourself, your children, or anyone else. Running a 100-watt light bulb 24 hours a day for a year requires 714 pounds of coal; imagine having your annual allotment of this greasy black stuff delivered to your driveway and burned upwind.
And that’s before we even start in on all the concerns for the preservation of a climate favorable to human life.
There is a better way.
Contact Solar Fort Wayne to talk about how easy it is to make a big individual investment in our shared environment, both today and in the future.