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  • Steven Shepard
    I ll be in Houston most of this weekend for a wedding. Let me know if any of you guys would like to meet for coffee to cuss and discuss renewable energy.
    Message 1 of 2 , Jul 23, 2004
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      I'll be in Houston most of this weekend for a wedding. Let me know if any
      of you guys would like to meet for coffee to cuss and discuss renewable
      energy. Mobile number 210-872-4615.

      Cheers!
      Steve Shepard

      Our new address is:
      SBT Designs
      25581 IH-10 West
      San Antonio, Texas 78257
      210-698-7109
      FAX: 210-698-7147
      www.sbtdesigns.com

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      > For text browsers, please link to the Independent Energy Quarterly @
      > http://www.nwseed.org/publications/newsletter/v2_i2_04.asp
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      > <http://www.nwseed.org/publications/newsletter/v2_i2_04.asp>
      > STRENGTHENING THE RURAL ECONOMY | WWW.NWSEED.ORG
      > <http://www.nwseed.org/>
      > Summer 2004 : Version 2, Issue 2
      >
      > Celebrating Energy Independence & Cooperatives
      > As we announced in January, 2004 is Northwest SEED's Year of Energy
      > Independence. In this edition we mark the summer season of the year with
      > our Co-op Edition of the IEQ. Regional communities are working together
      > to make investments in energy independence through "the power of
      > cooperation," in ways that all Americans can celebrate.
      >
      > Independent Energy Quarterly
      > <http://www.nwseed.org/publications/newsletter/default.asp> is
      > published by Northwest Sustainable Energy for Economic Development
      > (Northwest SEED) on a quarterly basis and available in electronic
      > format.
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      > Visit the Independent Energy Quarterly Newsletter
      > On-line <http://www.nwseed.org/publications/newsletter/v2_i2_04.asp> or
      > in PDF Format
      > <http://www.nwseed.org/publications/newsletter/v2_i2_04.pdf.pdf> (Need
      > Acrobat Reader? <http://www.adobe.com/products/acrobat/readstep2.html> )
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      > Liberty & Wind Power For All
      > Rethinking Wind Power and Energy Use in Montana
      >
      > The Liberty County Commissioners didn't just stumble across the idea of
      > putting up a small wind turbine. It swept them off their feet. Wind in
      > the Hi-Line region of Montana is a constant presence and has long been a
      > nemesis to many. Turning wind power into a community asset has changed
      > this rural community in more ways than one. And Liberty County's
      > relationship with renewable energy is just getting started...
      >
      > click to continue
      > <http://www.nwseed.org/publications/newsletter/v2_i2_04.asp#one>
      >
      > Northwest Co-ops and the Power of Cooperation
      > by Doug Boleyn, Northwest SEED Board Member
      >
      > Throughout history, groups of dispersed individuals such as farmers,
      > ranchers, and artisans have formed cooperative groups to strengthen
      > either their purchasing power or marketing power for their products - or
      > both - to be viable in the marketplace and ensure their livelihood.
      >
      > The Northwest Solar Cooperative, operated by Cascade Solar Consulting,
      > and Our Wind Co-op, organized by Northwest SEED and its partners, are
      > forging ahead with a new type of cooperative. These cooperatives link
      > together individuals and small renewable energy systems to produce
      > clean, renewable energy "by and for the people" of the Northwest, and
      > are defining the phrase "the power of cooperation."
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      > <http://www.nwseed.org/publications/newsletter/v2_i2_04.asp#two>
      >
      > For Washington's Low-Income Families,
      > a Breath of Fresh Air
      > by Sarah Peterson
      >
      > With the growing wind energy industry poised to provide significant
      > amounts of new, low-cost, sustainable energy for the Northwest, an A
      > W.I.S.H <http://www.awish.net/> partnership including NWSEED is
      > undertaking a new initiative to bring clean renewable energy to
      > households in need while also increasing the effectiveness of low income
      > energy assistance programs.
      >
      > click to continue
      > <http://www.nwseed.org/publications/newsletter/v2_i2_04.asp#three>
      >
      > Our Wind Co-op: A Closer Look at the Numbers
      > In this section we take a look at the past year of energy production
      > from the first 5 turbines installed in the small turbine cooperative
      > organized and assisted by Northwest SEED.
      >
      > review new maps, graphs, photos and more...
      > <http://www.nwseed.org/publications/newsletter/v2_i2_04.asp#four>
      >
      >
      > Northwest SEED News and Updates
      > Seattle City Light and BEF Fund Our Wind Co-op
      >
      > In January 2004 Northwest SEED staff met with representatives of Seattle
      > City Light and Bonneville Environmental Foundation (BEF) to celebrate
      > the recent collaboration between the three organizations. SCL's Green
      > Power program purchased Green Tags from the Bonneville Environmental
      > Foundation to help NWSEED install several of Our Wind Co-op's Washington
      > small wind turbines. SCL's purchase of the BEF Green Tags provided
      > $20,000 for NWSEED to support this effort.
      >
      > click to continue
      > <http://www.nwseed.org/publications/newsletter/v2_i2_04.asp#five>
      >
      > 2003 Year in Review Now Available
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      >
      > <http://www.nwseed.org/publications/YIR2003.pdf> NWSEED's most
      > recent publication is our first Year in Review, released and published
      > in early April of 2004. In addition to a recap of the organization's
      > main program area accomplishments, the publication reviews fund support
      > for 2003 and recognizes our many foundation supporters, partners,
      > donors, and in-kind contributors.
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      > Click Here to Read It <http://www.nwseed.org/publications/YIR2003.pdf>
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