3571Re: HREG Goals
- Jan 3, 2006--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Roxanne Boyer <chris.rox@s...> wrote:
>that is goals for HREG. In the past, HREG has been a passive group,
> Happy New Year 2006 to all of You.
> With the coming year, its time to make goals, and included in
a local section of the Tx Solar Energy Society. Our impact has
included: solar education programs at schools, Earth Day
presentations, quarterly meetings, this WEB chat page, and the Solar
>about the end of cheap fossil fuels and the onset of a dangerous
> Should we do more? Most of us are following the growing concern
climate change. I think most people don't do anything to change
because they don't know any other direction. The fossil fuel
industry does not want to lose their captive market, so naturally,
they are fighting against change. Renewable energy is a solution,
and a very exciting one. We need to get the message out. Please
let us know what you would like to see from HREG, or if you are
available to donate some time as an officer and help make an impact
in this world.
>My name is Portia Leyendecker and I have just signed on as a new
> Happy New Year!
> Chris Boyer
> HREG Vice President
member.I am a full time Landscape Design/Installation Person by
trade.Trying to learn as much as possible about Renwable energy.
Finding myself drawn to the "FFV and Ethanol fuel" factor.
There is a man in the UK that has created a group and they are
actually using Ford Focus FFV's (from Brazil) and Ethanol/Petrol.
As a whole community,like Southside place or the Heights.They found
a local grain source and the support of many local people.
Is this something that can be done here in Houston???
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