Every day, doctors around the country depend on electricity to power life-saving equipment in their hospitals. Most of us don’t realize it, but the electricity in a hospital usually comes from their own on-site power plant—they are constantly producing their own power. In fact, the engineers in charge of these power plants always make more energy than they really need. This makes perfect sense when lives are on the line, but a lot of the energy ends up wasted.
THE DAILY GOOD
Start your day with something GOOD.