Marine Wind Generator Reminds Us
To Be Environment Friendly
Melbourne, Victoria, Australia – 24 November 2011 – Marine Wind Generator, a leading company in selling marine wind generators and accessories, released today a short compilation on the importance of using alternative energy. This short reportisine-book format and is available for free to help people understand how we are slowly depleting the earth’s resources and how we can still solve this critical situation.
It’s about time for humans to stop depending on fossil fuels. People must know that this source of energy is not renewable and we consume it on a rate 100,000 times faster than it can be produced. And with the recent natural catastrophes such as oil spills, earthquakes, power plant emissions and other disasters, it is imperative to find other sources of energy. Some common examples of alternative energy are: 1) geothermal energy – using hot water or steam from the Earth’s surface; 2) solar energy – electricity using the heat of the sun; 3) biofuel and ethanol – gasoline from plant extracts; and 4) wind – renewable energy from the wind.
John Wilson, an active environmentalist, says, “We are all responsible in taking care of our planet. This short report is a must read for everyone to realize how important our environment is and how we can help it in our own ways,” and Suzanne Smith, an environmental engineer from Melbourne, reckons “I highly recommend this comprehensive report to everyone. Everything is summarized here to make sure all of us can be aware of how we can contribute in building a green future.”
Through this short compilation, Marine Wind Generator shows its support in advocating for a cleaner and greener planet for us and the next generation. It contains an introduction on current environmental issues, how we are adopting green architecture, and an innovation to finding alternative energy.
It’s about time that everyone does his or her share in protecting our environment.To get a free copy of the report, please visit http://marinewindgenerator.org/