CLEAN, RENEWABLE, FREE ENERGY

by | Inspiration, The Lills

When reading history books given to school children, it sure seems as though humans were sent in every direction to extract coal, oil and other important resources for big powers with big agendas. This is pretty odd when the whole time they could have been using the sun, water, wind and nature to power everything and they had the knowledge to do it.

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We always talk about how if humans never arrived, the world would still be spinning happily today. Instead, we are here, faced with a challenge that needs our attention. It took us until Hurricane Matthew and the hurricanes of 2017 to really see the effects weather and climate change can potentially bring.

Hurricane Matthew wasn’t our first hurricane, but it was the first hurricane we evacuated for. We left much later than most of the people we knew in the area, but one of our friends decided to stay home and stick through the storm.

As we made it out and watched from afar, we couldn’t help but wonder if our friend was okay. Water levels rose, electricity was down and no one was allowed to leave or enter town. It took nine days before we got the okay to go back to our water damaged home. We were honestly impressed it was still standing.

During the storm, we were able to communicate with our friend all due to their little solar energy pack that used the sun to power their cell phone, computer, a light and more. Imagining one person having power from the sun while all others were in the dark, puts everything into perspective. Free energy or reusable energy, like solar and wind power needs to replace toxic fossil fuels. We can still have power, get from point A to point B and even save money while restoring the balance and letting the Earth heal.

It looks as though solar energy products are becoming more widely available. We even found solar panels for powering our VW bus with auxiliary electricity for a/c, heat, gear and charging batteries. We’ve noticed homes and businesses beginning to install solar panels and we look forward to continuing to invest, research and learn about alternative energy.