Energy independence – is the use of natural resources combined with energy-saving technologies in order to ensure energy needs without outside interference.
In today’s world all spheres of human life depends on electricity. Any power outages paralyze modern societies. Also, each day has been steadily increasing price of energy, due to the rising costs of raw materials production and gradual exhaustion of mineral deposits. Very spicy even today is the question of ecology. air and soil pollution in some parts of the planet reaches a critical point.
Based on the above, people began to wonder whether it is possible to find energy sources that have no dependent on the state and constantly have electricity and heat at the same time and did not suffer ecology. So on the nature of man came to the rescue. With the development of alternative sources of energy, for the first time there was such a thing as non-volatility. With the aim of achieving energy independence began to search for renewable and environmentally friendly energy sources. And as it turned out they are always at hand: the sun, water, air and earth.
Using solar energy can provide completely the house with electricity, heat and hot water. It does not require much. It is enough to equip solar power plant on the roof of the house, and arrange a small place, the size of a refrigerator, for equipment, for conversion and accumulation, and all the house – is non-volatile. However, given the cost of the system, not everyone can afford it, and therefore it is not found in every home.
But the organization of autonomous heating using solid fuel boiler – it is real, and most importantly, affordable and widespread way to achieve energy independence. Today, there are a huge range of solid fuel boilers, which varies by price, by type of fuel consumed, the amount of fuel downloads for the proper functioning of the boiler. We got very popular pyrolysis boilers for its environmental friendliness, efficiency and a minimum of human intervention in the operation of the unit. And in those areas where, for whatever reasons, there is no way to install the boiler to the aid of heat pumps. They are slightly more expensive boilers, however, solve the problem of energy independence, in those places where there is no possibility traditionally receive heat. The pumps are divided into two types: the “air to water” and “ground-water” system is considered to be a more reliable system of “ground-water”, however, for its implementation should be carried out drilling, and is expensive.
The use of wind energy flows became widespread in coastal areas, dominated all year a high level of wind. When using the power of the wind flow, volatility is also achieved by converting kinetic wind energy into mechanical energy, and then into electrical energy.
Based on the foregoing, we can say that volatility is not a myth, but a reality, with those actively growing and gaining momentum.