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Renewable Energy is Future Energy - Keeping Your Wallet Happy

 


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Where were you when the 2003 black out hit? I was working at a local grocery store when the lights went out. You wouldn't believe the mayhem that took place once people knew that the power would be off for. . . awhile. People were buying can goods and water like it was gold.

Will it happen again?

I guess a more accurate question would be; when will it happen again? With populations increasing and power consumption always on the rise, power grids are having a more difficult time compensating when a grid goes out.

What can you do about it?

The only thing you can do is to be prepared. Having a renewable source of energy to run your home off of will put you ahead of 90% of the population. We have access to energy everyday for free but don't use it.

  • Solar - utilizing the radiant energy from the sun and converting it into electricity.

  • Wind - using wind power to generate electricity through wind turbines

  • Water - using the force of water to generate power

    Renewable energy is future energy.

    Let's face it, energy prices are going up and will continue to go up due to external forces like population growth and non-renewable resources such as fossil fuels. Alternative energy (renewable energy) will someday be the number one form of energy used by people all over the world. Why?

  • It is safe and clean - green energy

  • Once you're system is up and running you will save thousands of dollars a year

  • Helps reduce harmful emission that contribute to global warming

  • The energy produced by natural resources will always be there and always provide enough energy for everyone, everywhere.

    My wallet likes green - money that is.

    Using renewable energy will save you thousands of dollars in energy costs. Buildings your own renewable energy system doesn't have to cost you thousands of dollars. You only have to know where to look in order to get a bang for your buck.

  • You can save 80%-100% of your monthly electricity bill

  • You can generate enough power to sell to your local power company and make money. This is a win win situation.

    Running your home off renewable energy is the wave of the future. With environmental concerns on the rise and energy costs surging through the roof, running your home off renewable energy just makes sense. Don't go and spend thousands of dollars on a system when you can make your own system for under $200. Make the change and start saving money. Feed your wallet, visit Renewable energy

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