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Pottsboro, TX, United States

Stacy Sand

North Conway, NH, United States

Energy Efficiency Eric

Boulder, CO, United States

Paul Morin

Minneapolis, MN, United States

Ron Jones

Santa Cruz, CA, United States

Adam Zielinski

Portland, OR, United States

Maria Lacey

Lewiston, ID, United States

Eric Kjelshus

Greenwood, MO, United States

Joshua Knittel

West Des Moines, IA, United States

Anthony Hyde

Easton, PA, United States

Jeff Jenkins

Wasilla, AK, United States

David N. Armington

Henrico, VA, United States

Matthew Redmond

East Syracuse, NY, United States

Isaac Savage

Asheville, NC, United States

Ed Minch

Chestertown, MD, United States

Joel Greenberg

Austin, TX, United States

John Shillito

Appleton, WI, United States

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