We hear a lot about ensuring that things are sustainable. It’s a buzzword these days. There’s sustainable energy, sustainable business practices, sustainable everything. In the business arena sustainability is a key concern. But you do not tend to hear very much about relationship sustainability.

Collecting the wind is another source of power. You will need a wind turbine – something that looks like the propeller of an airplane that sits on top of a tall tower that’s anywhere from fifty to 100 feet tall. The wind blows, making the blades of the turbine move and spin a shaft that runs from the hub of the turbine to the rotor of a generator. The generator spins and creates electricity (again, a direct current). The inverter turns that current into alternating current.

As a leader, walk through the workplace or the store. How do you think the employees or customers feel? Put yourself in their shoes. Do a bit of probing. Call the customer service. Obtain feedback from employees. Ask them what they think is the best thing that’s happening in the workplace or the business and what is bugging them. When someone complains about a certain area or a behavior in the staff, can you feel the dread or the energy being sucked or drained in the room? Look and listen carefully. Be objective for now and refrain from making any judgments. Just thoroughly assess what you see, hear and feel.

The research and developments are already being done and are on the way. The aim is to get a real solution for this proven technology. The energy company and its complete success will mean the remarkable step have been taken towards protecting the environment.

In the true sense, solar power if developed well can supply the whole world. On the first place, sun is a free source of energy compared to hydropower plants owned by several companies wherein you need to pay monthly. Otherwise, they will cut the supply of your home’s power. But what’s great about solar power is that, it promotes green environment. There no need to burn fossil fuels just to produce electricity.

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.

When compared to the United States, the efforts of China are amazing. We often view China as a country “catching up” to the rest of the world. With the large investment in renewable energy, it is clear that China is now leading in the energy arena instead of following. Perhaps those future conflicts will not come to be.