How are you using renewable and alternative energy? (Weekly Topic Inspiration)

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  1. Simone Smith profile image89
    Simone Smithposted 8 years ago

    How are you using renewable and alternative energy? (Weekly Topic Inspiration)

    Have you incorporated renewable or alternative energy into your life? Are you driving a hybrid car, for example, or have you decorated your garden with solar lights?

    Share tips on using alternative energy in everyday life as part of the latest Weekly Topic Inspiration challenge.

    Create your WTI Hub as an Answer to this Question and stop by the official forum thread for title ideas and community support:

  2. Abbyfitz profile image82
    Abbyfitzposted 8 years ago

    Are  you wanting to go solar? Whether you want to power your entire home or just use solar energy as backup, this guide will explain what you need to do when going solar. read more

  3. Victoria Lynn profile image87
    Victoria Lynnposted 8 years ago

    What is a tubular skylight? How does it compare to traditional skylights? Read about the advantages of installing tube lights in this review. read more

  4. LongTimeMother profile image93
    LongTimeMotherposted 8 years ago

    After 8 years, my solar oven is still cooking healthy, delicious meals with sunshine - and no charge from a power company. Save money with a solar cooker. Sustainable off-grid living! read more

  5. Howard S. profile image89
    Howard S.posted 8 years ago

    I designed my solar-powered house around RV products. Solar panels charged marine-duty batteries through a charge controller. The batteries operated 12-volt computers, fluorescent lights and fans. read more

  6. Howard S. profile image89
    Howard S.posted 8 years ago

    Living far from public utilities, I designed and built my house to collect rain water, store it in a cistern and gravity-feed the few basic plumbing fixtures that we had. Story and photos. read more

  7. adjkp25 profile image87
    adjkp25posted 8 years ago

    Would you like to get your hot water from the sun through solar technology?  Systems are available for residential homes all over the world, could one be right for you? read more

  8. watergeek profile image94
    watergeekposted 8 years ago

    I already published one called: Solar Hot Water Systems  - … ems-Prices

    Heating water can be one of the most expensive hidden costs a homeowner has. One way to reduce that cost is to install an efficient solar water heater (SWH) using the sun's energy - which is free - to heat the water you use.


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