The History of Earth Day

The History of Earth Day

On Monday, more than 1 billion people all over the world celebrated Earth Day. This makes Earth Day “the largest secular civic event in the world” according to EDN. That’s quite an accomplishment but no big surprise if you know the history of how Earth Day was...
Cycles of the Sun — Part Two

Cycles of the Sun — Part Two

Cycles of the Sun — Part Two Last week we walked you through the macro cycle of the sun and what to expect in the next billion years (or rather, what our future generations should expect). Now we’re discussing the short cycles of the sun that occurs every eleven...
Cycles of the Sun — Part One

Cycles of the Sun — Part One

Cycles of the Sun — Part One In order to properly appreciate the power of the sun, it’s important to understand the patterns and science behind how it functions. Over the next two weeks, we’re excited to explore the cycles of the sun. This week we’re discussing the...
See You Later, Cardboard

See You Later, Cardboard

See You Later, Cardboard At J-Tech Solar, we love to provide sustainable energy as a way to better care for the earth. We keep our eye out for new advancements and news when it comes to eco-friendly living, and this week we’re discussing a big change in Lincoln,...