With the need to take this country in a new direction, the President is working with Congress to pass energy and climate legislation to protect our nation from the serious economic and strategic risks associated with our reliance on foreign oil. The push to move forward is a direct response to the BP oil spill that is costing the country over $20 billion to solve and clean up. The energy bill, if passed, can create jobs, and severely cut down on the carbon pollution that contributes to the destabilizing effects of climate change.Read More
Every day, we at All Energy Solar ask ourselves what we should do today to add to our GREEN initiatives. We recycle, we use less paper, we unplug our laptops when we know the battery is full. Each one of these little things add up, and our goal is to come up with as many ways we can to be greener. Thats why we are reaching out to you to see if you have any suggestions. Let us know what you do to be a little greener.Read More
This is an interesting article and it would be great if the world adopted this same mentality. We are, however, somewhat against nuclear power. What do we do with all that radioactive material? Continue to bury it in Nevada?
What do you think we should do about it?
All Energy Solar is hosting a free Solar Seminar at the University Of Minnesota's Landscape Arboretum in Chaska, MN.
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I posted a link to the Solar Decathalon. This is an amazing event that has been going on for a couple years now and every year more and more competitors join in the effort to construct the most efficient and attractive home, powered entirely by the sun.
Just think, years from now we could see entire neighborhoods of these homes. People living a lifestyle that is both modern, functional, and carbon free. (I don't like using this phrase, "carbon free" because I know it is not completely possible, but a home that emits "less" carbon is a home worth living.)
Take a look at this years entries and let me know what you think.
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