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As a Home Energy Professional who is both interested in and committed to efficiency, sustainability, and renewable energy, I would like to ask this: What are some of your opinions about where renewable energy resources can and should (or should NOT) fit into the residential energy business model?

 

I certainly have my own opinions about this topic, but I'd like to hear what some other professionals think.

 

What have you done? What would you like to see? Are there Financing issues? ROI concerns? Incentives and political climate in your area? Technology barriers? Educational and training concerns?

 

Let us know!

 

 


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