Charging your electric car without nuclear power
Nuclear power is a time bomb
Not only because of what is happening in Japan right now, nuclear power was, is and will remain a time bomb. It doesn’t matter how much technology people use to build and operate nuclear plants, they are always vulnerable to something. Besides the many people that lose their lives and homes in Japan after the earthquake and the tsunami, the terror continues with burning refineries and nuclear meltdown
Can you avoid nuclear power to charge up your electric car?
I’m not going to write about Japan and the actual news. Let’s talk about charging your electric car and what is the only thing you can do to empower a energy economy without nuclear power. The “good news” is that everyone can help a little bit, not only by having an electric car, but also for the energy consumption for your home and business. In modern energy markets, every single user has the opportunity to change their provider. If you don’t want nuclear power for any reason, just ask your provider if they sell nuclear power
in their mix. If they do, just quit and get another energy provider
. I recently changed my provider, and it’s really easy and non bureaucratic. That’s it. Even if you are in France, where nuclear power is the main source of power, it is possible to switch to providers that will sell you 100% renewable energy.
If you want to contribute to a better world, don’t consume nuclear and coal-based power. Switch to renewables now, it’s easy + safe and often not even more expensive.
What is your story? How much nuclear power do you have in your region? Is there a good renewable energy provider that you can recommend to other readers? Any website that makes the switch easy? Just post it in the comments.
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