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Missouri’s infrastructure is built around transportation. The state’s location between the Missouri and Mississippi rivers are great for the shipping industry. With twenty freight railroads in operation, the state ranks fourth in the nation. Economic growth and job creation are critical for the state and solar presents a wealth of opportunities.
To save the planet, renewables have become the center of the United States’ energy transition. Solar energy conversion is one of the best ways to reduce carbon emissions and protect the environment. Missouri started moving toward energy independence in 2014. Then Gov. Nixon set forth a comprehensive energy plan to produce low cost and reliable energy. The objective was to become a responsible environment steward, strengthen the economy and improve overall quality of life. Senior Energy Policy Analyst for the Missouri Department of Natural Resources’ Division of Energy Martin Hyman explains to Dick Ulett how solar works and why it is so important.
Solar technologies convert sunlight into electric energy. It is done by either photovoltaic panels known as PVs or mirrors that pull solar radiation. Solar generates electricity, powers batteries or is stored thermally. The U.S. Department of Energy says that 90 minutes of captured sunlight in PV panels is enough to handle the world’s energy consumption for a year! Dick Ulett talks to Andy Popp about solar technology. He is the manager of Missouri’s Energy Program. He works as a project manager for the Department of Natural Resources Division of Energy.
Solar energy is the future. It’s clean, renewable and cheap. Sun Solar CEO Caleb Arthur explains to Dick Ulett how to get an affordable solar system. consumption for a year! Dick Ulett talks to Andy Popp about solar technology. He is the manager of Missouri’s Energy Program. He works as a project manager for the Department of Natural Resources Division of Energy.
Three rivers surround St. Louis. The Mississippi, Meramec and Missouri rivers plus all the lakes and streams mean that it is extremely important for the community to know their zone. Learn about flooding potentials and how to be safe.
Learn how to reduce the potential of basement backups. MSD services St. Louis city and 90% of county. During this episode they provide information and resources on how to protect your property. it.
St. Louis storms are more frequent and intense. With no climate control solution, 13 federal agencies say that within the next 30 years flooding and erosion will be insurmountable.
Climate change is a big issue. Few are aware that MSD is one of the utilities who is leading the way to turn things around. Learn why this is a community effort and what you can do to improve our environment. customers excited about getting a sweet deal.
According to FEMA and 13 other government agencies, St. Louis is in danger if climate change issues are not immediately addressed. It is now time for the community to take charge. MSD has suggestions about what to do. .
In response to the 9/11 bombing of New York's World Trade Center, Curtis volunteered for the Army. As a stress reliever, he taught himself how to play the Blues. Today, he is an award winning performer.
Herbert Silva is a Vietnam War Veteran who served for 10 years. This Marine Helicopter Pilot flew 950 missions in support of allied forces and saved a lot of lives.
Alton, IL High School Graduate Dale Brice went off to college and found that the military offered something better. He tells why he chose the Navy and how his military service shaped his life and the tools he is still using today.
World War II ended in 1945. At that time Vietnam was a United States Ally. Less than a decade later, North and South Vietnam were at odds. Presidents Truman, Eisenhower and Kennedy could not end the war. Johnson escalated American involvement in Vietnam when Congress passed the Gulf of Tonkin Resolution. This gave Johnson the power to use military force in Southeast Asia without asking for an official declaration of war. Draftee Richard Scahill served in Vietnam.
Telehealth is creating a safe and convenient future for healthcare. People who have used it, like it. Learn how it works and how to make an appointment regardless of insurance or ability to pay.
Sex education has positive effects, including increasing young people's knowledge and improving their attitudes related to sexual and reproductive health and behaviors. Sex education does not increase sexual activity, sexual risk taking behavior or STI/HIV infection rates. it.
More than half of the women in the United States are in their child bearing years. The majority do not want an unplanned pregnancy. A July 2020 ruling by the Supreme Court exempted businesses, universities and moral objectors from providing birth control with insurance coverage. Women's ability to use contraception to prevent unplanned pregnancies is associated with broad health, social and economic benefits.
We strive to be a beacon in the community. Whether insured or not, Planned Parenthood provides quality medical care.
Without insurance, medical care can be prohibitively expensive. This is an affordable family option that covers dental, vision, etc.