Where will we be a year from now with respect to solar energy? Too close for comfort, or not close enough? Don’t know for sure? Well, then consider the question of where we might be in 3 years, 5 years or more.
Don’t you think that it makes sense to think about not being limited by technology, etc. when it comes to renewable energy resources? In my life, I have observed that, when someone throws cold water on an idea, everyone else in the room tends to agree that its a “bad idea.” I am all about making sure that doesn’t happen to solar energy. Put away the buckets now!
Who will be the future cheerleaders for solar energy? There is no question that we need leaders that can stand up to the nay-sayers and negative press. If you believe in an idea, others will too. But you have to convey your beliefs in a strong, positive manner.
Do you believe in alternative energy sources like solar power? If so, what are you doing to help advance the cause? If you are not doing this work, why not? Are you prepared to allow big oil to keep drilling and deleting fossil fuels to the point that the cost increases such that we cannot afford it, and we risk future generations enjoying cheap energy?
If you are on the side of clean, alternative energy, then what will you do? Check out what happens when you Google the phrase,”future of solar energy”:
Check out these links:
I also like this new one: Build Baby Build.
The bottom line is that even if we all agree that using renewable energy is the way to go, each of us has our own ideas of how to accomplish this goal. Let’s examine our community organization resources together (starting with some of the websites above). Through blogs like this one, we can connect and support each other in our overall goal to transition to clean, alternative energy. YOU are the future of solar energy.
The day is dawning for a new, solar world. The future is here. We are living it now.