I found a blog: Fivepercent.us is all about saving energy. Over the course of the last 4-5 years, Tom Harrison and his family cut their electric bill in half. I’m impressed.Politics aside (and Tom Harrison admittedly is to the left of me), energy consumption is one place everyone can save some money. He argues that many people can save $100 a month or more. That’s better than a $1,200 raise, because it’s tax-free.
And while I’ve done lots of things to get more energy efficient–programmable thermostat, new HVAC system, plastic on the windows, spray-foam insulation and weatherstripping–my bills are still a lot higher than I would like. $70 a month during the winter, when I’m not running the A/C, seems like a lot. And I know little to none of that is climate control. So I’m glad I found it.
Energy isn’t likely to get any cheaper. So it makes sense to get started now.
Dave, the link points back into your site. It’s actually <a href=’http://fivepercent.us/’> Five Percent</a>
I scanned the site. Like most other sites, he doesn’t address the real problem.
Only by cutting the earth’s population in at least half will we save the earth.
A world war would not do this so we must look to the green people for ideas. Do they have what it takes, morally, intellectually, and physically to save our planet?
If John Davison Rockefeller made it to Heaven are the streets now paved in an oil by product?