Genersys and solar panels on YouTube

It can be hard to find out what you need to know about renewable energy. There are plenty of good web sites but they don’t always provide the level of information that you need. Sometimes they are too detailed and sometimes they are too vague. Sometimes the information is presented in a form that is hard to digest. 

To try to remedy this and in order to provide reliable information in an easy format Genersys has commissioned its subsidiary media company, Genertik Limited, to make a series of very short YouTube documentaries about solar panels and what they do. They will tell you what you need to know and I hope that you enjoy them.

The Genersys showings can be seen on www.youtube.com/GenersysSolar or else follow the link ion the right hand side on this page

Porsches, the London congestion zone, fairness and justice

Porsche challenges Ken Livingstone over £25 congestion charge

Porsche are a very successful company that make expensive high performance cars. Its last published figures show that it sold 7.4 billion euro worth of new cars, (over 97,000 of them) made up of 39,000 911s, 26,000 Boxters and 33,000 Cayennes. It employs over 11,500 people and makes excellent profits. 

Its well designed cars high on performance and are also high on petrol consumption and high on carbon emissions. They are expensive, with a Cayenne costing £50,000 and a 911 as much as £80,000, if you buy it with all the bells and whistles. These are very expensive toys, because, after all, the whole of the UK has a maximum speed limit of 70 miles an hour so the need for a car that travels in excess of 130 miles an hour is somewhat limited. 

London (mostly having a speed limit of 30 miles an hour or 20 miles an hour) seems to be full of Porsches. It also has a congestion charging zone, invented by Mr Ken Livingstone. Continue reading