In the past couple of years, companies have come up with green-friendly everythings. Green-friendly notebooks, paper, pencils, cars, laptops, dishwasher detergent, window cleaner, you name it! (I’m waiting for them to come up with green trees in a couple of years…)
The point is, we have “green”ed our products, but we have yet to “green” our energy! Personally, I think we’re going about this a bit backwards, don’t you?
‘Greenergy’—the Next Big Thing
Renewable energy generation renews market, savings opportunities
By Kate Bachman, Editor March 10, 2009
Unless you have been living like a “Lost” survivor or studying stalagmites up close, you’ve witnessed the explosion of green energy generation—”greenergy”—poised to make the dot.com craze look like a blip in comparison.
Harnessing the power of the earth, water, sun, and sky is not new, of course. In fact, some applications date back hundreds, even thousands, of years—think solar tile baking ovens and merchant sail ships. Hydroelectricity is currently the leading renewable-energy source to generate electricity in the U.S. Windmills have been around long enough to be the nostalgic symbol of Holland and the shape of tasty cookies.
To see a bit about Arc-Zone’s green efforts, have a look at this video about our company–>