Dear Respected Simtropolians,
Today is 23rd of March 2013, it's already 8:30 pm in UTC+7 West Indonesia, Indochina, Krasnoyarsk, and Great Brotanian standard time! The Earth Hour just will be start soon. In a few minutes, some big cities in Great Brotany will coated in the dark for the next one hour.
Republic of Great Brotany consumes over 100 Terawatt-hour of Electrical energy per year. The Salasatu Nuclear Reactor, in Salasatu, Northern Sawunggalih Province just 30 km from the Province Capital, Sukapadi is the most valuable power plant in Great Brotany. It produces over 50% of Great Brotanian energy need. The rest produced by Natural Gas, Biomass, Geothermal, and Water Power Plant. Government worried with the high level of energy consumption that always increasing every year.
With the earth hour, Government can save tens to hundreds Megawatt-hour of electricity in a whole country. Government require the citizens and company owners to participate the Earth Hour, but not forced. Several landmark of the big cities also darkened.
Bandar Raya, a moment before Earth Hour:
Bandar Raya, during Earth Hour:
By population, Bandar Raya is the largest city in Great Brotany. More population means more energy consumption. By participating the annual earth hour, Bandar Raya save energy for the future. "Our child needs energy, too. If we consume all now, how about our child and grandchild?" - Eka Putri Taswita, participants of Earth Hour on Area 24 Bandar Raya Apartement.
New Jakarta, a moment before Earth Hour:
New Jakarta, during Earth Hour:
"As the largest city in Logawa, and capital of Western Logawa, New Jakarta needs Earth Hour. Less energy consumption means less pollution, means a better environment for New Jakarta itself, and for our beloved country, Great Brotany" - Basuki Widodo, Governor of Western Logawa Province on Earth Hour Festival, Fire Tower Monument Square
Sukapadi, a moment before Earth Hour:
Sukapadi, during Earth Hour:
"Less power consumption means Less power production. With less power production, we produce less pollution. Less pollution good for earth, by participating Earth Hour, we do something good to the Earth. Less energy for the nation, Less pollution for the earth" - Dr. Marta Zurfkri Zukarnaen, Mayor of Sukapadi on Balai Kota Sukapadi.
Adirejo, after Earth Hour:
"60 minutes? not enough." - said some Earth Hour participants who continue turn off their electricity more than 1 hour.
Thank you for your attention!
Critics and Praise are open!
I hope someone will delete my "Warning Points" sorry for my fault several months or years ago...