Meaningful Solar Idea o’ the Day
Because Good Ideas Should Be Freed
I am so tired of having these huge ideas floating around my head and no one to share them with….so here we go. I’m opening my book to you, the sustainable community. Let’s see what happens when I turn on the idea faucet! Who’s got a bucket?
Non-profit, Community Owned Photovoltaic Factory
Don’t you dare scoff! Read on! The gist is this; you can’t compete with China when it comes to manufacturing anything ..continue reading
by Eric Thomas
No public school or library budget?
Public service retirements in danger?
Community Solar to the Rescue
We already know that solar power can save the world, but in staying with the here (West Seattle) and now (a recession), solar power can help save some of our most treasured community institutions; our schools and libraries. In the following paragraphs I will outline a proposal for these institutions to get FREE solar power systems, lower electric bills, and run on good green power (not to mention the awesome intangible benefits such as ..continue reading
(Sustainable West Seattle is pleased to introduce a new original series: Solar Nerd. Solar Nerd is Eric Thomas, owner and proprietor of Solar Epiphany
, a West Seattle (6016 B California Ave SW) provider of solar education, installation and advocacy).
Does Solar Power Work In Seattle? Natürlich!
A headline recently came across my desk that blew my socks off. It read, “Germany Adds Nearly 1% of Electricity Supply with Solar in Eight Months.” Nearly 1%!
Geez! At that rate, they could ..continue reading