The idea of green computing turns some people off because they think it is hard to do. There are many notions that some people have about green computing, like throwing away their old computers and replacing them with newer and more energy-efficient models.
Number six just has to be geothermal. This is another big one on potential. As a mine or cave goes deeper into the earth, it doesn’t get colder. It gets hotter. The reason is simply the center of the earth is molten. Very, very hot down there. And very, very hot not very far down there.
If you aren’t investing to retain your clients you have to go out and hunt to replace them. The more time, effort and power you spend replacing lost customers the lower the growth. If you keep more customers then you have less to replace and therefore less growth from the same amount of new customer acquisition effort.
China appears to realize it has a problem on the energy front. It has aggressively been looking into renewable energy. From hydropower projects like the Three Gorges Dam to solar and wind power, the country has taken an aggressive planning stance. Now comes news China will invest 5.8 BILLION dollars in alternative energy platforms. China is primarily focusing on wind and hydropower projects.
Conversely, if you have a lot of ways you can make money off of a client over time, then you are going to have more chances of them buying and being really valuable to you after the first sale.
Green energy has proven, centuries before the extensive use of fossil products, that it can supply the world’s need for energy. Solar power alone can have as much power as all other sources combined. This simple truth would offer anyone’s doubt a reversing of look at the situation.
If we are all building our own solar panels at home, there is a good chance that we can reduce the effects of global warming. This is because less fossil fuel will be burnt as renewable energy generators take their place.