Solar Energy: Advice You Can Use

Solar energy has benefited many people reduce their impact on the world. People who embrace solar energy find that it truly saves them money on the environment. This article can help you understand how solar energy work and the benefits that it yields. To ensure that you're getting the most out of your panels, go for installations that use technology not directly reliant on the sun's schedule. This can help if you use lots of power in the evening. Don't assume that solar energy involves full scale remodeling and ripping out your roof. You can always start by installing solar powered lights to illuminate your landscape. If you must have fixed angle panels, try to find the angle that will work best for both summer and winter. You should also consider a backup solution you can use if your solar panels stop functioning. You can either get a generator or stay on the power grid. A tracking panel system that tracks the sun is a great option if you can afford it. This sort of syste

DB arrests 3 members of fraud gang who swindle Tk 10-15 lakh every day

Detectives claimed that they had arrested three members from a fraud gang who swindled millions of dollars by operating an overseas job scam, and other honey trap methods. AKM Hafiz Akhter (DB), additional commissioner of Dhaka Metropolitan Police stated that the gang used to swindle between Tk 10-15 lakh per day by fooling gullible people. He said that they have been active for six months and cheated millions of dollars. Following a complaint by one Hossain Al Tonmoy, a team of detectives from Lalbagh Division detained the three men during a raid in Dhaka’s Kalyanpur region. Tonmoy was allegedly duped into a job in Canada, and lost Tk 8 million to the gang. Kabir Hossain Shamsul Kabir and Yeasin Ali were arrested. During the operation, detectives claimed that they had seized 257 chequebooks from different banks and 234 debit card cards. Detectives were told by the arrestees that they are employees of the gang, which is run by a boss who is still at large. Haf