Energy is a pretty incredible thing, especially considering that there are simply so many ways that we can generate it. For years (and by "years," we mean like in the thousands), the most surefire way to create and use energy was to burn the earth's natural resources. For cavemen, that meant wood and fire, followed by the discovery of fossil fuels like coal, natural gas, and of course oil.
But if we've learned anything the last several decades, it's that burning those particular resources at the rate we're burning them means we'll be out of energy in no time. Thankfully, we've tapped into modes of generating juice that can't run out-water, wind, heat from the sun.
And it's that last one-solar power-that has us here at Fields BMW Lakeland particularly excited, as it was recently announced that our manufacturing plant in South Carolina had opted to install over 400 solar modules to generate a majority of the power for the heritage museum and visitor center. It's the first step in what is sure to be a continued effort to burn fewer fossil fuels, and use more energy sources that not only cost less money, but do right by the environment. Talk about a win-win situation.
We know it's important for any BMW of Tampa dealership to not only boast that the cars they sell are green, but that they were manufactured via a green process, as well. Like we said, energy is a pretty incredible thing, and it's more incredible now that it ever has been before. Everybody involved with the BMW brand hopes to keep it that way.