We consume energy in dozens of forms.
The energy we capture for use on Earth comes from the sun
Sunlight is the predominant source of our Energy and surprisingly contains huge amount of the energy we use in our everyday life.
The sun’s energy warms the planet’s surface, powering titanic transfers of heat and pressure in weather patterns and ocean currents. The resulting air currents drive wind turbines.
Solar energy also evaporates water that falls as rain and builds up behind dams, where its motion is used to generate electricity via hydropower.
When sunlight strikes a plant, some of the energy is trapped through photosynthesis and is stored in chemical bonds as the plant grows.
We can recover that energy months or years later by burning wood, which breaks the bonds and releases energy as heat and light.
More often, though, we use the stored energy in the much more concentrated forms that result when organic matter, after millions of years of geological and chemical activity underground, turns into fossil fuels, such as coal, oil, or natural gas.
Either way, we’re reclaiming the power of sunlight.
Many believes that only other original source of energy on Earth’s surface is found in more local nuclear reactions, where atoms of radioactive elements such as uranium split apart into smaller atoms and liberate energy in the process.
Harnessed as heat, the released energy boils water, producing steam that turns turbines, thereby being converted to mechanical energy that generates electricity.
Pace9 believed that we are still harnessing the Energy from the Sun.
In essence, which ever ways the electricity comes to our homes and businesses, it all originated from the Sun.
If the Sun has produced Energy for many millions of years and it will continue to do so for many millions of years to come,
Pace9 will promise you that “You’ll Never Be Without Power” in many millions years to come