It seems cruelly ironic that tapping into Southern Nevada’s vast solar power potential could slowly drain our desert. Hi, Denise, thanks for reading, I watch the news and normally believe to myself that man just cannot get rid of that caveman side, why I just don’t know, I assume that possibly a single day we will have a utopian society, but we are far from that stage just but, unfortunately.
Residential solar water heaters frequently consist of roof-mounted solar water collectors that directly heat water utilizing sunlight or indirectly heat water by utilizing solar collectors to enhance the temperature of a heat-transfer material and pump it to a heat exchanger, which creates the hot water.
Yes, Nell, and I see a enormous chasm getting produced by these that own and understand the latest technology, and those that do not,(me), but I assume that we were actually ready mentally but not emotionally, and I really feel that technologies is separating us from reality a lot more and additional.
At the end of each and every month, credits are reconciled vs. consumption (at night, through cloudy climate) and if the solar producer has exported much more electricity than they imported from the grid, they will earn a 1:1 solar credit for use in later months, up to a year.
I assume technology is moving ahead of our capacity to fully appreciate it and use this miraculous discovery in a humane and positive manner…but, just like anything all through history there will often be those who abuse power..having said that and in whatever form that power could take…it’s just human nature sadly.