Guerrero Cardona, Arturo; Carlos Martínez Ruiz, Jesús; Carlos Talavera Mijares, Juan; Ángel Calderón Rodríguez, Miguel; Luis Baca Rodarte, José
June 2012
Global Conference on Business & Finance Proceedings;Jun2012, Vol. 7 Issue 2, p1543
Conference Proceeding
The habituation of the use of new energy is a necessary element in the society, it is for the above, that the following project seeks to do conscience to give more effect to the use of energy. Knowing the parallel alternatives to the traditional ones in the space of energy, most of all without sacrificing financial strong, simple- handling issues and installation as well as applicable to physical adequate spaces as they are the houses in aerial of excessive weather as he is Cd. Juárez Chihuahua. Important having in account that the evidence of saving, is taken to stub in spans, making one comparative of saving. The use of the new technologies is not new, a lot of constructions not only in our city, but beyond the country, they involve in his material thrifty projects, as well as machinery in use and time to ration expenses of fuels and water, in short, that he has the base for the use of different energy already. The project that we present is possible and the benefits can be even major right now once our work was tried where we can not only work with a single technology of supply of energy, but with a combination of technologies in order to reduce still more the expenses that a family in a house can defray.


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