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Eco Planning for your Future. 6° (6 replies)

Adopting clean, renewable Energy, and an Environmentally 'RISK FREE' Electricity Generating Plan - using GREEN TECHNOLOGIES would make the Earth & your wallet - all the better OFF! Michael - http://freepoweratgeneratorbuild.com/Articles/

Started by Michael S. in October 2011, about Green energy

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Virtual Energy Forum 6° (1 reply)

The Virtual Energy Forum, the world's largest online-only energy conference held twice a year, is meeting on June 24th and 25th from 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM. The event is focused on how leading companies can adopt better energy management practices to cut costs -- presenting alternative energy technologies, policies, ...

Started by Debbie W. in June 2009, about Biofuels & Alternative Energy, Clean Technologies, Energy Saving, Green energy, Industry & Business

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More clean Electric with Wind Power Electricity 6° (6 replies)

You'll find numerous sources of energy. Almost all of all of our power right now derives from power facilities ın which electric power turbines are fueled by items like coal and petroleum. <a href=”http://solarpowerlightssource.com/”>Solar Energy</a> Alternate options similar to solar in addition to wind turbine capability are offered in the ...

Started by Scott M. in October 2010, about Green energy

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Easy Solution That Assist you to Better Understand Solar Power 5° (5 replies)

When it comes to power in the sun, you may have numerous questions as to whether or not it is right readily available for you. After all, while solar power is theoretically the much better plan, it isn't befitting you. Depending on a number of variables, solar power may or ...

Started by Swadesh D. in October 2015, about Solar

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Dishwasher, good or bad? 5° (5 replies)

In many eco books I have read that using your dishwasher for full loads is more efficient than washing by hand on a water use ratio. I support green energy by purchasing Green Mountain Energy, and would like to get some opinions from others as whats right. Feed me back!

Started by Trevor C. in January 2009, about Education, Emissions, Energy Saving, Green energy

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Renewable Energy is already Cheaper than Coal and Gas in Australia 5° (5 replies)

from: http://jdave2274.blogspot.com/ Now this is some good news, worth reading. So how can we avail one, or how is it going to work. Will it be supplying for all the houses, and does that mean that electric bills and so are oil and gases prices will go down? Is that ...

Started by Franz X. in February 2013, about Coal & Oil

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Coal = Devastation 5° (5 replies)

It's 10am, do you know where your electricity has been? Does your provider buy electricity from power plants using coal sourced from mountain top removal, MTR, operations. Coal is bad enough on it's own merits as a climate destroying fossil fuel but the "ecocide" of mountaintop removal is completely out ...

Started by C Robb W. in November 2008, about Action, Protest, & Activism, Climate Change, Coal & Oil, Consumerism, Deforestation, Industry & Business, Politics & Government, Pollution

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Do we have a moral right to stop the mining of oil sands? 5° (5 replies)

Take a look at this fascinating article about shale oil which is being mined in Australia at present. Australia, like the US, is full of drivers of large cars who are still looking for ways of keeping their cars on the road. What I'm interested in is the conflict between ...

Started by Sophie J. in June 2008, about Coal & Oil

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Free Electricity from Magnetic Forces 5° (5 replies)

It’s astonishing when we begin to think about the powerful natural forces at work around us every day. I refer to nature, humanity, and on a larger scale our planet Earth. Take for example the gravitational, magnetic pull of the Moon. Enough power to bring tides in & out twice ...

Started by Michael S. in February 2011, about Green energy

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Can you/will you give up driving if oil prices continue to rise? 5° (5 replies)

At what point will driving become too expensive for you? $5 a gallon? $10 a gallon? $50 a gallon?

Started by Leanne V. in July 2008, about Coal & Oil

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