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ALICE is an individual known by many, even if they do not realize it. They go to work, pay their bills, raise families, etc. They are productive…

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Geothermal energy is often misunderstood. Many people hear ‘geothermal’ and they are reminded of Yellowstone and geysers that spew hot water hundreds of feet into the air because of geothermal processes. Or perhaps they think of the geothermal energy that generates electricity by using geothermal vents that come from deep below the earth’s crust. Either one would present a problem for anyone looking to heat or cool their home using geothermal. Safety aside, there would be limited opportunities to take part in geothermal energy because of geography. Thankfully, that’s not the case.

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The taste of a refreshing cold beer on a sunny day is a comfort to be had on a hot day in Louisiana, but if that beer…

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PosiGen brings solar for all: we don’t care about your credit score, monthly income, or whether you’re retired or not. All we want to do is help…

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What’s The Catch? Do you want to know the biggest problem with the PosiGen solar program? It sounds too good to be true.  “Let me get this…

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A comfortable home is a happy home, and when it comes to happiness, saving money on monthly utility bills and having a comfortable indoor climate goes a long way. It’s important to understand though, that it’s not always just what’s inside that counts.

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It is an often told story. A creature that lives in the shadows of our collective conscious and although we don’t always notice, it preys upon our wallets.

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It’s a vicious cycle: solar energy could help millions of low-to-middle income Americans save money, but they can’t access solar energy because, in the past, they didn’t…

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Long considered a luxury for the wealthy but environmentally conscious. Net zero homes are becoming increasingly affordable and

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Sure energy efficiency can help save on bills, but it can do a lot more for your home or business. It’s estimated that people spend roughly 90% of their time indoors, and whether it’s in a residence, at work or in schools, it’s clear that buildings are a huge part of our lives.

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