Five Ways To Improve Energy Distribution Channels
1. Satisfaction of Customer Service Inquiries
One of the most important methods of energy distribution is the satisfaction of your customers. Without this element, you will not be in business long. It is particularly important to meet the service requirements of all of your customers.
2. Promotional Strategies
Utilizing modern methods of promotion will work wonders for your business. Moreover, you can increase your visibility by promoting online.
3. Product Availability
July 13th, 2013
In order to boost your energy distribution channel, your product needs to Read the rest of this entry »
Power is produced from many sources, including fossil fuels such as natural gas, methane, petroleum and coal. Other energy sources, such as the wind and sun, are more environmentally friendly. Electricity is the “power” that ultimately comes from these sources.
How we use electricity is the question of the century, and finding more efficient ways of using it is the target of much research. Often, when we believe we have found a solution, we have simply changed how we are creating the problem. The electric car is a good example. It runs on a battery. It does not spew CO2 into the atmosphere. We want to think of it as “clean,” but where does this car get its energy? Oh, yes”from a battery.
Looking at the battery, we see that it must be recharged at an electric outlet. That looks very clean; plug it in”no fumes. But look deeper. Where does the outlet get the juice that goes into the battery? It comes from a power plant that makes electricity from wait for it fossil fuels!
To some extent, our electric car has driven over a cliff. We do need more efficient ways to use electricity, and while this car is helping the atmosphere on the road, the power plant has just puffed out a bit more carbon in its efforts to replenish a battery.
Another area where we are falling down with true savings is how we distribute the electricity that we produce. Historically, all power plants burned fuels, produced electricity, and fired it down the line through power cables that reached consumers in the company’s area.
Today, when a company produces more power than it needs, it can sell that power to another company or a community, again distributing it by cable. But there’s a new guy on the block (the power grid), and change is in the wind (and the sun). Think “sharing.”
We will hear more and more about the grid as it unfolds, but this is going to shed a lot of light on energy savings. As our grids are set up, the idea is to make them larger and larger so that no energy is wasted. When one area is fully fed, the remaining energy can be sent through the grid to needy areas. Best of all we can share the less expensive power derived from wind turbines and solar panels.
May 6th, 2013
Hundreds of thousands of homeowners are switching to solar or wind power to generate energy in their homes. That’s because the price of solar energy is lower than other forms of energy. You will have to pay a lot of money to have these types of systems installed in your home, but they will pay for themselves over time. This makes installing these systems an attractive option for most homeowners.
There are also a variety of rebates, incentives and tax reductions for installing energy-efficient systems. Before you install solar or wind Read the rest of this entry »
April 21st, 2013
Whether you teach a class or you simply have small children in your home, there has never been a better time for them to learn more about energy and how to conserve it. Small children do not know to think about an issue until they are told that there is an issue there to think about, and when you want to help the children in your care grow up into responsible adults, consider how you can get them involved in energy conservation.
First, explain to Read the rest of this entry »
February 24th, 2013
As the planet’s climate continues to become warmer, there is an ever growing interest among nations in developing renewable forms of energy that are more environmentally friendly. Renewable sources of energy also help nations become more energy independent. What are the differences between renewable sources of energy and non-renewable energy sources?
Non-renewable energy sources are those types of energy that may be depleted. In other words, when the supply runs out, there is no more. Some examples of non-renewable sources of energy are oil, coal and natural gas. Even nuclear energy is non-renewable despite its longevity. There Read the rest of this entry »
February 22nd, 2013
Even though we have evolved quite far as a society, most types of power generation still rely on principles that were discovered long ago. Here is a guide to some of the most common types of energy generation.
Coal Power Plants
This is the most common method for generating power by far. Virtually every developed country in modern society relies on coal power to some extent. The reason for this is the simple mechanisms involved and the abundance of available coal. Coal power generation involves constantly burning great quantities of coal. This in turn Read the rest of this entry »
February 21st, 2013
Learning about different types of energy generation is important to understand the need for developing new power sources. Several types of energy such as coal and petroleum are quickly becoming depleted due to over consumption. Complex machines located in centralized facilities convert power created by electrochemical batteries or cells, solar panels, reciprocating engines and turbines to generate electricity. Turbines are able to collect power that is generated by moving wind, flowing water, condensed steam, burning fossil fuels or nuclear fusion. As electrical power is generated Read the rest of this entry »
February 19th, 2013
Learning more about the different types of solar power generation, and the technologies behind them, can provide you with a more effective understanding of the renewable energy opportunities that are playing an increasing role in the world around you. Solar generation methods range from vast installations able to create energy levels comparable to those of more traditional power plants to low-cost panels that power individual homes and even devices directly. Next-generation technology has seen falling prices for equipment that is able to provide far greater efficiency and performance than would have been available only a few short years ago. Read the rest of this entry »
February 15th, 2013