Renewable energy systems have come a long way in the past decade. No longer does renewable energy only mean acres of wind turbines or solar panels, though an increased commitment to clean energy sources in the United States and worldwide does mean more commercial-scale wind and solar farms are contributing to the energy grid. Rather, renewable energy has become accessible on an individual and household level, making it easier than ever to go green. Here are some tips to saving energy - and cash - with renewable energy systems.
Your customers want to know that the battery investment they make is going to last. They want to feel secure that they are not going to find their forklift dead during a busy shipping season or their boat stuck in the dock on the first day of fishing season. Of course, all batteries die at some point. But the better a battery is maintained, the longer its life will be. And it is your job as a dealer to make sure that your customers know how to maintain their battery purchase.
The U.S. Global Change Research Program recently released its much-anticipated Climate Science Special Report, and its forecast for climate change in the next century is a call to take action now. Individuals are given plenty of information about reducing their impact on the environment, such as using electric or fuel-efficient cars and lowering their energy consumption, but each person can only do so much. Industries such as mining, drilling, and manufacturing can have huge negative impacts on the environment, but they also have the potential to swing that around. Here’s how big industries can be eco-friendly:
The eco-friendly Monobloc 6CRP525 is designed from the ground up for renewable energy. The 6-volt battery has a 525 Ah (100-hour rating) capacity. It uses robotic assembly, the industry’s heaviest plates, and more active materials for enhanced performance and lifespan. If you are interested in renewable energy options, keep reading.