Hurricanes. Snow storms. Earthquake. Tornadoes. You have all clobbered populated areas in recent years, leading to extended power outages, fuel shortages, also the lack of drinking water. But people were living comfortably in completely off-grid, their own electricity produce, the use of sustainable sources of heat and even recycled water.
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These off-grid systems are and who sneaked into established America. Generators are sold in some supermarkets, wood stoves are popular heating, people learn how makes to recover and to reuse greywater and battery, which fuse are solar power systems through low-cost batteries combined with rising utility prices is rejuvenated. Inevitably, prices for these technologies more affordable will be more expensive as electricity, gas and water.
Our special guest for this week's show is death of DuBois, CEO of Sangha energy. Death company specializes in off-grid living systems including generators, battery backup solar power, grey water recovery systems. Tune in this week energy to renewable energy world show how death and Barry about your options for sustainable electricity, heat and water talk - also in your suburban jungle.
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About the energy show
We start as energy costs consume more and more of our hard-earned dollars, as a consumer really to make sure. But we need to us to accept $5 / gallon gas prices, $200 / month electricity bill and $500 heating costs. There are literally hundreds of products, tricks, and techniques that we can use to dramatically reduce these costs - very cost effective.
The energy show on renewable energy world is a weekly 20 minutes podcast, which offers to reduce tips and advice, your home and energy consumption. Each week we cover topics that help to lower your electricity bill explain new products and technologies in plain English, and through the hype cut so that you can make intelligent and cost-effective energy decisions.
About your host
Barry Cinnamon is a longtime supporter of renewable energy and a widely recognized solar power experts. In 2001 he founded Akeena solar - she grew to the largest national residential solar installer from the middle of the last decade with more than 10,000 roof customers coast to coast. He cooperates with Westinghouse to build Westinghouse solar in 2010, and sold the company in the year 2012.
His pioneering work to reduce costs on the rooftop solar power systems include Andalay, the first solar panel with built-in racking, earthing and cabling; the first UL listed AC solar panel; and the first fully "plug and play" AC solar panel. His current efforts focus on reducing soft costs for solar power systems, cause the system rates against double from Germany, in the United States.
Although Barry may be known for his outstanding work in the solar industry, he has hands-on experience with a variety of energy-saving technologies. He makes residential energy audits since the days of punch cards, developed one of the first ground source heat pumps in the early 80s and always adhere to the laws of thermodynamics.
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