Gas is coming down to below $3 a gallon, BIG DEAL!
Alternative fuel should have only been up to $0.15 a gallon of your gas price!
If you are a politician in need of some help?
That’s about $2.85 less than your gas pricing!
We need to change our ways to become more eco-friendly in our power consumption, and distribution
Politicians do what politicians do best, they talk the talk, not walk the walk, often making sweeping statements about how we need to cut our dependence on filthy fossil fuels.
However, their actions counter their words, as fossil fuel projects continue to receive funding.
President Barack Obama allocated $150 billion for green initiatives for 2009 to 2014 and about $100 billion of it is for renewable energy so why even consider building the Keystone Pipeline if they are serious about alternative fuels?
This government is putting money into the Keystone XL Pipeline, about $7 billion in total, just to transport flammable and toxic fossil fuels across populated areas of North America, starting in the north-west, and heading south across Canada and into the south-west United States polluting land and water along the way.
Mean while, despite all the hot air about alternative fuels politicians are talking about, wind power accounted for only 3.91% of all generated electricity for the 12 months.
Solar power only accounts for 0.16% of the total electricity generated in the States.
Americans lead the way in geothermal power, with plants capable of generating 3,386 MW, from natural geysers and they only accounted for 0.41% of the total US electricity generation.
We need to change our ways to become more eco-friendly in our power consumption, and distribution.
It’s one thing to build massive solar and wind farms, but if we’re plugging them into electrical grids primarily powered by coal power plants and even nuclear ones, we’re still dependent on fossil fuels for our power distribution.
Solar and wind farms are appearing around the world, providing green energy to millions of people. California leads the way with the largest American solar powered projects, including the Desert Sunlight Solar Farm, in Riverside County, which will generate 550 mega-watts (MW) of electricity once complete.
However, solar power only accounts for 0.16% of the total electricity generated in the States.
Let’s start using our deserts for something other as a way to cross from one state to another.
“Desert Total Energy”
Let’s put the deserts to work for the country?
Let’s put the oceans to work for the country?
Let’s dump the old fossil fuel politicians for this country?
Let’s train new energy thinkers for this country?