CLIMATE CHANGE. IS IT REAL?
What is Climate Change? Will it affect you? Can you do something about it? Do these questions come to your mind? If yes, then read on.
Climate change, refers to a broad change of global occurrences created primarily by burning fossil fuels, which add heat trapping gases to the Earth’s atmosphere.
The story of the scientific discovery of climate change began in the 19th century when an Irish physicist, John Tyndall, discovered that carbon dioxide can absorb radiant heat. A couple of decades later, the Swedish scientist Svante Arrhenius first suggested that the global temperate would rise with the increase in the amount of carbon dioxide. The oil industry scientists too accepted that climate change is happening, as early as the 1980’s.
We can already see the effects of climate change on our environment. The glaciers have shrunk. The ice on rivers and lakes is breaking up earlier. The plant and animal ranges have shifted and the trees are flowering sooner than usual.
Climate change is the greatest environmental challenge, the world faces today.
We need to act now. We need to reduce emissions and be adaptive to change.
At Symbio Energy, we believe that we can contribute to this change, with our affordable renewable energy solutions.
An analysis by the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) found that on an average, producing 1000 kWh of electricity with solar power reduces emissions by nearly 8 pounds of sulphur dioxide, 5 pounds of nitrogen oxides, and more than 1,400 pounds of carbon dioxide.
Solar systems are powered the Sun’s clean energy. Installing solar panels on our homes will help reduce greenhouse gas emissions and reduce our dependence on fossil fuel.
Symbio Energy provides you with an installation that makes use of the best products in the market. We only work with the approved and recommended suppliers and use the right products that can attain the best results from your installation.
We can also work with suppliers approved by you and manage the installation for you as a single point of communication avoiding the unnecessary hassles and coordination you would face with different parties.