Thai Weather Not Stopping The Hot Spring Trend

According to a Thai wellness brand, luxury spas across the country are embracing hot springs and onsens, despite the country’s tropical climate. Good news for Thai people who enjoy onsens and springs. They can simply head for the nearest luxury spa in Sukhumvit or anywhere in the country, as onsen services and the like are becoming increasingly accessible across the country, particularly in major tourists destinations like Chiang Mai, Chon Buri, Pattaya and the capital, in particularly, Sukhumvit Road and the K Village retail complex in Rama IV Rd. Leading…

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Tadoba Solar Fencing Project Showing Promising Results

The solar fencing project that’s being implemented in the Tadoba-Andhari Tiger Reserve, India’s biggest and oldest National Park, is showing promise, with many farmers in the area seeing good results from the project. Due to the TATR’s nature as a national park and a breeding ground for wildlife, the traditional electric fences and their mains electric fence energizer that farmers installed in the past have proven to be a death sentence for the big cats that prey on the herbivores around the farms. From 2016-17, six tigers died via electrocution…

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How Tariff Against Solar Panels From China Affected Solar Power Projects In The US

For the past few years, the idea of using solar power as an alternative source has been seen as a sustainable way of living for many people around the world. Growing Trend In an effort to encourage residents and business owners to make the switch, some governments have offered tax cuts and other benefits for those willing to make the change. In the United States alone, solar panel users were able to produce more than 40 gigawatts of solar energy in 2016– enough to power 6.5 million homes in the…

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