Die Energiewende und die Ressourcenschonung ist zwingend notwendig, wenn wir für unsere Nachkommen noch eine lebenswerte Erde hinterlassen wollen

Wir möchten über die verschiedenen Projekte (bitte obige Schaltleisten verwenden) hierfür die Grundlagen für eine gesellschaftliche Diskussion und der daraus folgenden Veränderungen über alle Parteigrenzen hinweg schaffen.

Dabei drängt sich eine gewisse Reihenfolge in der Priorität der Maßnahmen auf. Wir haben nach unserer Einschätzung die wichtigsten Maßnahmen und deren Reihenfolge nachstehend aufgeführt.

  • Energieeinsparung (Isolierung, sparsame Geräte, öffentl. Verkehrsmittel)
  • Passive Solarenergienutzung
  • Solare Brauchwassererwärmung für Bad, Spüle und Waschmaschine
  • Pelletsheizung
  • Solare Heizungsunterstützung
  • Neukauf eines PkW nur dann, wenn er wesentlich weniger verbraucht

Weitere Energie-Tipps finden Sie auf unseren umfangreichen Seiten, die ständig aktualisiert und vervollständigt werden.

Liefern Sie uns gerne Ihre Zukunftsvorstellungen. Wir nehmen gerne Anregungen an. Wir wollen über alle Parteigrenzen und gesellschaftliche Gruppierungen hinweg mit Ihnen die Energiewende schaffen. Wir wollen uns gerade auch mit kritischen Anmerkungen auseinandersetzen.


Projekte, Wettbewerbe auf der Welt

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Global Green Challenge 2009 The 2009 Global Green Challenge, it is the personal view of Roger Cook and and his fellow directors that the Global Green Challenge will quickly establish a reputation as one of the most significant automotive events on the world stage.
Fuel Cell Bike on the Road Excellent News for the Malaysian Team visiting South Africa. They have found the hydrogen and spare batteries the needed, and are on the road.
Fuel Cell Bike finds Hydrogen When the Malaysian team arrived in South Africa, they were quite expectant on hot days, long roads, lots of sun and a great South African experience. What they were not expecting was a serious lack of hydrogen.
SASC Winners Tokai, lead 2009 Challenge The winners of the South African Solar Challenge the team of Tokai University, are currently leading the Challenge Class of the Global Green Challenge 2009 in Australia.

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Welcome to Solar Challenge

The South African Solar Challenge 2010 is an epic, two-week race in solar-powered cars through the length and breadth of South Africa. Teams will have to build their own cars, design their own engineering systems and race those same machines through the most demanding terrain that solar cars have ever seen.  The race is from the 23th September 2010 to the 2th October 2010, all teams need to be in South Africa before the 20th September 2010.

The teams will includes a mixture of local and international teams from across the world, who will compete in various classes, for prizes, prestige and experience.

Each team must put their vehicle through grueling qualifying and technical inspections. Teams that fail to meet the requirements will not participate. During the race, each team is escorted by their support team and the vehicle

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