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Reduce Pollution - Save Money

Author : Travis Mason


Climate scientists have been stating for years that more pollution means more extreme weather conditions and we have seen increasing proof of this is the last ten years (the hottest decade on record).

The 2009 Victorian bush fires, deadly flooding in Pakistan in 2010, record-breaking snow storms in America and recent Queensland flooding. As the greenhouse pollution builds we should expect more droughts, floods, tropical storms, heat waves, and cold snaps. What can you do to combat this?

By reducing the pollution you produce or is produced by others on your behalf. Over 80% of Australia's electricity is produced by coal powered generators- spewing out tonnes of carbon each year just so you can watch your daily soaps and reheat your meals. Don't change your habits- supplement your electrical provider by installing small solar panels in your home, your friend's home, and your workplace. These units can be quite small; solar panels can be fitted unobtrusively in many areas- call Cleaner Energy for a free measurement and quote on 1800 751 338

Small solar panels installed on the roof of your house are easy and cost effective to install- they would more then pay for themselves in the first few years. Your friends and your boss would be more then happy if you can show them how to save money on their electricity bills.

Unused electricity from the small solar panels would be fed back into the grid (and your would be reimbursed for this service) for others to share no matter how small. Solar panels are powered by sunlight which is plentiful, natural, clean, and renewable not coal (or other fossil fuels) which is limited and gives off toxic waste when burnt. How many others on your street could say that they own an electricity station?

Using small solar panels creates zero carbon emissions and can reduce 8.5 tonnes for carbon dioxide (per household per year) of the air you breathe. 8.5 tonnes = approx. one school bus (minus the kids).

By installing small solar panels you can become part of the growing ecologically and future minded citizens around the globe who are saving money and helping the planet. The Government also rewards people who use small solar panels (and other forms of clean energy) monetarily from the moment the small solar panels are first installed.

Cleaner Energy is also donated $100 per unit sold to the Queensland Flood Appeal, so give them a call and ask about small solar panels. Help them help you. Reduce the world's pollution, save you money, and help others in need.


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Travis Mason is a marketing specialist for Cleaner Energy, Australias Premier Solar Power & Sustainable Energy Specialists. Please visit www.cleaner-energy.com.au for more information.

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