Solar Power Technology on the next Talk Hour

Can you imagine your electricity bill being ZERO? Thanks to sun energy and better technology – it’s easier than you think. The NaturalNews Talk Hour presents Solar Power – Getting Off the Grid with our special guest Chris Anderson, Chief Technical Officer of one of the largest solar electric companies in the United States.

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The Power of the Sun

Question – how big is the sun? Did you know that the sun is the largest mass in our solar system? In fact, if the sun was hollow, it would take 333,000 earth size objects to fill the inside. That’s big!

Without the sun – life would not exist. Many experts estimate that the sun is 4 and a half billion years old. So when will it “burn out”? Many experts guess another 5 billon years! Better tell our children – huh?

By the way, for you chemistry majors, the Sun is made out of 92% hydrogen, 7% helium and additional low number gasses. The core is the hottest part of its matter at 27 billion degrees Fahrenheit and may very well be our most important energy source of the future.

Join us for a highly-conscious, educational program designed to solve personal energy needs and environmental issues.

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The Benefits of Solar Power

Clearly, solar power is a more reasonable energy resource. To depend on conventional public utilities and its use of fossil fuels, animal matter, or plant matter is expensive. Common sense tells us there has to be a better way.

The good news is that solar power is renewable! In other words, using it does NOT deplete its reserves. In addition, solar energy usage is non-polluting and free. And, unlike oil, solar power usage does not emit any greenhouse gases, or increase the risk of an ecosystem disaster – can anyone say “BP oil spill”?

This week’s guest: Chris Anderson – Solar Power Technology

Chris Anderson – Solar Power – Getting Off the Grid – Thu. Nov. 3

Mr. Chris Anderson serves as Borrego Solar’s Chief Technology Officer. Based out of the New England regional headquarters, Chris has over 15 years of electrical manufacturing and general construction experience. Currently, Chris leads Borrego Solar’s Resources Group, a team of engineers dedicated to reducing PV system costs through the evaluation, development, and adoption of new technology.

Prior to joining Borrego Solar, Chris was a national sales manager for Alfa Lighting Inc. Graduating from Penn State University with a BAE in Architectural Engineering, Chris is NABCEP certified, has a California C-10 Electrician’s License and a Connecticut Electrical Limited Solar Contractors License. He is also an eligible installer in New York’s Power Naturally Program and Pennsylvania through the PA Sunshine Program.

Getting Off the Grid. This program will provide practical alternatives to conventional (public utility) power. Tell your friends about this show and get your questions answered by a top expert in solar power technology. Register now using the email form in the right column, and you will be emailed show details. Register Today!

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3 thoughts on “Solar Power Technology on the next Talk Hour

  1. i hope it can be realized for future energy, solar energy is good for our planet than petroleum energy. I think petroleum energy will be changed to solar energy in the future

  2. That’s good inovation, but there are many disadvantage of using solar power.

  3. really excellent beneficial article

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