14 Dec '11, 9pm

Top 10 Countries Using Solar Power [Infographic] | Care2 Causes

Wouldn't it be nice if solar power were a more readily available form of home energy? I would love to know my lights at night were operated by solar power gathered during the day. My husband and I use solar power for many things now -- more open window space to heat the rooms during the day and to provided natural lighting. We also, use a "camp shower" type of water heating for our baths during the summer months. Does not sound like much, I know, But does it not start with a small step, and then another and another?. Maybe we should all look at solar power for our futures.

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