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: http://hubpages.com/forum/topic/109165
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by Simone Haruko Smith 8 years ago
There are more options to use renewable and alternative energy in everyday life now than there ever before. Whether you have had solar panels installed on your roof or have opted to get your electricity from a renewable power plant, I want to hear your tips and advice on doing more to...
by Simone Haruko Smith 9 years ago
A couple weeks back, lobobrandon suggested we have a green living theme for one of our Weekly Topic Inspiration rounds, and I agree it’s an excellent subject.I’m therefore making this week’s theme all about using renewable energy in everyday life. This can be as simple as walking more and as...
by Aya Katz 9 years ago
Which alternative energy source is more efficient and cheaper to maintain: solar panels or windmills?
by CaribeM 11 years ago
The recent events in the Gulf after the explosion of the Deepwater Horizon, reminds us again that offshore oil drilling is too dangerous for marine ecosystems and coastal communities and economies, I think it should not be allowed. Much less in such a corporative culture where there is no ethics,...
by a1servpro 11 years ago
1. I agree with suggestion - this is a hub not a question.2. I think most of the energy we "use" could be conserved- so rather then USE green energy, we need to design or plan our energy consumption to eliminate as much energy used as is physically possible. Then after we have used...
by Susan Reid 11 years ago
I see you are really into green & alternative energy. Care to write a hub about that?
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