Re: Malaysia as a solar energy harnessing and rainwater collection economy
- From: NotImportant <chiongguo@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 27 Jan 2009 04:14:18 -0800 (PST)
On Jan 27, 10:38 am, P <Daqta...@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
On Jan 27, 1:28 am, P <Daqta...@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Such a green economy would be creditable.
For example, solar powered spring energy street lighting projects with
foreign technology assistance could create a way to reduce dependency
on oil, and free it up for other uses.
During the day, solar energy is converted into other forms of energy.
At night, this energy is converted back into light until it is
insufficient, and then it will be reverted back to the powergrid as
Every technology has its downside. The use of battery to be
charged by the sun to power the street lamp will result in the use of
a lot of lead and lead is highly polluting.
As it is said that necessity is the mother of invention. Rain
water collection is not done much here because there is so much rain.
In some parts of australia water is scarce and rain water collection
with very well design systems are commonplace.
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