RE: [hreg] [Fwd: The Truth About America's Energy Needs]
- Mr. Horton,
Where did you get the figure of 80% loss in transmission lines? Are you a
professional engineer or qualified professional who can give us some support
for your statement with scientific proof.
Please follow up on your statement with some calculations and specific
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> Did You Know? 80 percent of all electricity sent out of a power plant
> is lost travelling down the wire to it's destination.
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Re: [hreg] Earth Day 2002Having been a RG reseller, Local Pro and stock holder in the past I think if more people knew what is going on with this company they would be less inclined to conduct business with them.Recently RG elected to sell out to a large corporation in Ohio. Some of the terms of that deal were that the wholesale program for regional dealers and Local Pros was eliminated, stockholders were compensated at a ten to one loss and Schaeffer got to keep the Solar Living Center as his own little non-profit toy. Not to mention the massive layoffs that occurred at RG when the catalog operations were shifted to Ohio.Real Goods is not the warm, fuzzy company that they have successfully managed to convince the general public they are. This is yet another cold, calculating corporation that does not hesitate to screw associates, employees and investors to achieve single minded objectives. To anyone who thinks this company is a Earth friendly, green, sustainable business I hope they soon understand this is not the case.SBT Designs
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www.sbtdesigns.com----- Original Message -----From: Michael BegleySent: Wednesday, April 11, 2001 10:26 PMSubject: Re: [hreg] Earth Day 2002Real Goods SolFest every summer.More info from their newsletter:Plans continue to be laid for SolFest 2001, produced by the non-profit Institute for Solar Living, which nurtures and maintains the Solar Living Center, and concentrates on its mission of inspirational, environmental education. It is the ISL that puts on over 40 educational workshops every year, runs tours for students and energy professionals, and produces the 6th Annual SolFest, the nation's premier energy and sustainable living festival.
So far scheduled to speak are Roy McAlister, president of the American Hydrogen Association and Dave Foreman, founder of EarthFirst! and currently working on the "re-wilding" of the SouthWest. Paul Ray and Sherry Anderson, demographers extraordinaire who coined the term "cultural creatives", will be leading an interactive workshop on who we are as cultural creatives and where we are going. Many more great speakers are on the "not-yet-confirmed list.
Musically, the talent is beginning to line up and invitation letters have gone out to Bruce Cockburn, Crosby-Stills-Nash, Bonnie Raitt, Ben Harper, Keb Mo, Indigo Girls, and more - just who we land musically is yet to be determined. Mark your calendars for August 25th and 26th! We'll keep you updated on more news about the event in future issues of the Solar Times.
Enjoy the Spring!
Real Goods President & Founder
I too read about that concert in California, but can't remember the
source. I think the concert was called Pig Fest, which may aid in
Robert Johnston wrote:
> I'm sorry I can't recall where I read about it, but it might have been
> the RealGoods catalog. Anyway, there is an annual concert in California
> by a rock band with a huge sound system that is entirely powered by solar
> panels. They have to store up the juice in batteries due to the high
> peak loads during the concert. You might search the web for this.
> Alternatively, you could always go with my preferred kind of music
> (classical) and have a string quartet play with little need for
> at all. :-)
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