Making Alternative Energy Understandable

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Alternative Energy

Alternative Energy is one of three blog projects maintained by Anna, a woman with an interest in all things relating to global warming, the environment, and using alternative energy.

Alternative Energy – Why You Should Go

As mentioned, Anna’s Alternative Energy Blog is just one project of three, the other two being a Living Clean blog and a more focused alternative energy blog specifically discussing Solar Power. On this particular blog Anna works to provide information and resources related to the larger topic of alternative energy. She delivers news and updates, explanations and discussions in categories that include

• Alternative Energy
• Broad Scale Solar Power
• Facts about Solar Energy
• Global Warming
• Save Energy
• Solar Battery Charger
• Solar Cells
• Solar Panels
• Solar Power
• Solar Water Heating
• Wind Power

Summing Up Alternative Energy

Probably the best description for Anna’s blog is the one given by her Blog Catalog commenter/reviewer:

“…great informative blog on alternative energy. Interesting and informative posts and articles on all sorts of clean energy technologies.”

If you are looking for a place that brings together meaningful information on Alternative Energy, in posts that are both understandable and informative, this is a blog you’ll want to see.

Go here to check out Alternative Energy.

Mary Ward
Do You Digg It!
Blog Review Team
Do You Digg It! © 2017


One Response to “Making Alternative Energy Understandable”

  1. Sherry Says:

    We have to look at “the big picture.” Our days of tunnel vision need to cease. Our nation better wake up and smell the coffee. With all our bail outs along with the 168 billion economic stimulus package, that btw did nothing for our economy it is hard to understand why our government can’t see the need to bail us out of our dependence on foreign oil. The high cost of fuel this past year seriously damaged our economy and society. Why don’t we invest in America’s Energy Independence. It would cost the equivalent of 60 cents per gallon to charge and drive. The electricity used to charge the car could conceivably be generated by solar or wind. Why not invest some of these millions in getting some of these projects set up? Create clean cheap energy, badly needed new green collar jobs and reduce our dependence on foreign oil. What more of a win-win situation could there be? Now there is talk of another stimulus pkg. Don’t get me wrong, if you hand me a check I will take it. I just think we are going about this all wrong. I just read a fascinating book by Jeff Wilson called The Manhattan Project of 2009 Energy Independence NOW. We need to look at the “big picture” This book Is the big picture.
    the best resource for understanding alternative energy out there.

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