Saturday, February 23, 2013

Positivity and Solar Power News




-- Quote of the Day -- 

 
“{Re: positive living} Just be conscious of how much negativity has been allowed in our lives. Erase those negative thoughts and speech and actions - and replace them with something positive. And smile – the default is to frown and even if we are not in a bad mood it looks that way and people respond to that - so simply smiling can have a huge result. Negativity is simply a bad habit that we’ve allowed to manifest in our lives. The average person has between 40-60,000 thoughts a day – 95% of those are negative… but the good news is that we can all make a dent in this by making these easy steps to turn things around to a more optimistic, happy lifestyle.”

~ Sally Marks




Today’s quote originates from the Conscious Discussions Talk Radio episode that aired back on Dec 4… titled: Erase Negativity From Your Life



 (*Click on the title to access the full discussion)








 -- Positive News -- 

I love the concept of solar panels and often wish that I could afford to invest in covering my roof in them myself. At a cost of some 35,000 to do that, however, it is just out of my league... even with the rebates that exist. However prices are continually coming down and more companies are sprouting up making it more affordable then ever before - we hope to see this trend continue.


It is especially inspiring to see countries like Canada, the US and Japan that are experiencing a rising interest in solar panel roof systems, but sadly a large portion of the population just cannot afford to set this up on their own even with incentives in place such as rebates offered by the government or power companies. 

To meet this rising demand, however, we are seeing a rise in services ranging from renting roof space from individuals and companies - where power companies pay for the use of individual roof space or solar companies who are renting photovoltaic panel systems to individuals, providing set up services, and maintaining the system. 

These are both fantastic options for people who don’t want, or can’t afford, the responsibility of maintaining and upgrading systems.




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