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Working on the solar system today changing some wiring at the Homestead.



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We were working on the solar system today at the Homestead so when we run the jenny we are now able to charge up the batteries as well.

Watch This Amazing Advancement of The Next Generation RENEWABLE ENERGY Today



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Solar power- the next generation.
Australia keen to invest in clean energy.
Largest solar power plant in Iran opens.
Number Of U.S. Cities Vowing To Go 100% Renewable Doubles In Last Year.
Renewable energy provides Mauritanian nomads with much-needed water.
Sky’s the limit as Portugal gets more electricity than it consumes from renewables.
Babcock Ranch aims to be first solar-powered town in US.

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Three Steps to Cut Your Carbon Footprint 60% Today | Jackson Carpenter | TEDxAsheville



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Not all carbon is created equal. Writer Jackson Carpenter argues that the power to stop climate change rests on recognizing different kinds of carbon – a shift in perspective that allows us to change the world without changing our lifestyles. Jackson Carpenter has ten years’ experience working on solutions to climate change and the development of alternative fuels. He is a climate writer and member of the Collider in Asheville, NC, collaborating with scientists and businesses to address climate change. He is a coauthor of the Collider’s Business of Climate Report, and his upcoming book Carbon retells the story of climate change from a unique perspective that illuminates the commonsense solutions at our fingertips. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at