Tyler Gillette
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Solar Power Products
Professional Certification
A+, Network+, MCP, MCSA, MCSE, ITIL
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Alternative energy, especially solar and wind.
Thought - Before your children run out of fossil fuels, tell them the sun will still be there...http://pinterest.com/megahertz38/ before you pass. #energy
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http://www.mysolarpower.info
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Efficiency

Posted on June 13, 2013 at 3:39pm 0 Comments

Prior to any real consideration of adopting alternative energy sources like wind or solar, it is paramount to consider a homes energy inefficiencies.  Cost savings are negated, almost immediately, when you attempt to power a home through revolutionary methods and antiquated building materials / practices.

The two subject matters have to be in congruence for the conversation of 'renewable', 'green' (whatever that really means) and 'sustainable' to carry any relative meaning.

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