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The West Coasts Green Freeway

The governors of Washington, California and Idaho are taking a bold stride to begin to ween ourselves from the current gasoline infrastructure according to a recent Seattle Times article.  A proposed plan along the 1,382 miles of the west coast I-5 corridor would create a “green freeway” utilizing rest stops as refueling stations for alternative […]

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Geothermal Heating And Cooling – Harnessing the Earth’s Energy

Imagine an HVAC and water heating system that can save 20% to 50% on a building’s energy costs while minimizing CO2 and carbon emissions. Imagine a system that is more reliable, is 2.5 to 4 times more efficient, provides the lowest life cycle cost, and a high degree of design flexibility. Where can you find […]

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Should We Harvest a Natural Resource – Wind Power?

In today’s economy, with increasing use of electricity and natural resources, the possibility of a low-cost, inexhaustible and dependable energy source is seen by consumers as a breath of fresh air in a stale environment. That’s where wind energy comes in. According to the Department of Energy, contemporary wind turbines can convert winds in most […]

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