Brasilia is the capital of the country. The country’s total area is 8,511,965 sq km, and the land area counts 8,456,510 sq km. Brazil territory includes Arquipelago de Fernando de Noronha, Atol das Rocas, Ilha da Trindade, Ilhas Martin Vaz, and Penedos de Sao Pedro e Sao Paulo.

The first hydro power plant in the United States was introduced in 1882. It was placed in Wisconsin. Most people do not realize that a great deal of the early electricity and power in the United States once came from such hydropower plants. In 1940 approximately half of the electricity used came from this source. Later it was replaced by the use of coal.

If we are to look at the world’s consumption on oil based products you can clearly see that it rises each day. One clear example for this is the traffic we see on our roads. And the production and reserves for this does not really grow in an instant. If we really have to seek a power supplier source it should be the one that comes from a natural flowing stream of energy. And there’s nothing more available energy in the world than green energy.

Brazil is considered a leader in alternative energy. A vast amount of its electricity is produced through hydropower and much of the vehicle transportation has been converted to ethanol fuel, a biomass product produced from sugar cane. With the transformation, Brazil is now an exporter of oil instead of an importer despite the fact it has nominal oil reserves.

The Salene cable car offers a scintillating ride with some spectacular view of Mt. Blanc and Lake Geneva. It is a popular attraction with tourists. There are a number of parks and gardens offering some beautiful sights of the city. A stroll along the streets of the Old Town, with its narrow cobbled alleyways, gives a good opportunity to soak in the beauty of the place.

Sounds familiar. The gold this time around is the free energy around us on a daily basis. There’s enough gold in them thar hills, I mean solar energy emanating from the center of our system to provide more than enough energy the world could consume. We just have to find the means to harvest that energy without breaking the bank and do it cheaper than we can by either digging coal out of the ground or sucking and processing crude oil.

It can take years to build the dams for a hydroelectric plant to start operating though. Many people who live in the vicinity of a proposed hydroelectric plant are not happy about it either. They worry about flooding and they often find their homeowner’s insurance goes up due to that possibility.