Energy Electricity Conservation Management

Energy Electricity Conservation Management

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In this age of super technology wherein the pollution threat is increasing with the scientific development everyday; establishment of Eco-green hotels plays a wonderful role in pacifying its adverse effect on the environment. It recreates and entertains the needs and desire of the guest and at the same time causes minimal harm to the environment. We are all aware about the facts of global warming and we all know very well that the more trees we plant the lesser green house effect we would cause on earth. However, simple plantation system is not going to help, we need to change the way we work. The different sectors like hospitality and others are ought to adopt some environmentally compatible way of business. And eco-green hotels are the best examples of such kind.

Electricity is one of the most powerful forces in our lives.  As a matter of fact, it can even kill you.  The most vital part of electricity is called electric energy.  This is what we commonly think of when we hear the word electricity.  “Electricity” reminds us of anything that we plug into an electrical outlet in order to make it work, such as lights, refrigerators, video games, microwaves, and computers. Scientists discovered ways to produce electric energy in large amounts in order to make heat, light and motion.  These discoveries have improved our lives greatly and for many of us it would be difficult to picture what life would be like without electricity.

We can harvest energy to different sources with different method. Here are some of the sources:
The carbon dioxide that is released in the combustion of fossil fuels, including petroleum, contributes to the greenhouse effect. Other gases released in this way may be toxic and/or carcinogenic (e.g., carbon monoxide, certain hydrocarbons, benzene). Subsequent chemical transformations of these gases produce...

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