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Posted by Steve Spence on March 19, 2005, 12:08 am
 


ESSN is a FREE (really) monthly online magazine about energy self
sufficiency (hence the name?), off-grid living and all that goes into
it. We cover PV and wind, methane, ethanol, biodiesel and WVO. We have
reports from readers who are living off-grid and monthly columns from
folks who are doing or have done (and will do again) what they write
about. Our Electricity 101 column is dedicated to taking the mystery out
of wiring that off-grid cabin, or adding some PV to the spare room. And
we're always talking about conservation. So even if you're still on the
grid, we'll show you how to save some money.

Things have been a bit snowy up in the Northeast. Be sure to read
Steve's Off Grid Journal for the latest on what it's like off-grid in
the north country. Laren shows this month that just because you live in
snow country, you don't have to give up the idea of solar heating. Girl
Mark gives us an Introduction to Biodiesel and Bryan tells us more about
human powered vehicles.

http://www.rebelwolf.com/essn.html

--
Steve Spence
Dir., Green Trust
http://www.green-trust.org

Posted by Martin Riddle on March 19, 2005, 12:24 am
 


hohum,

This is exactly the problem with this industry. It hasnt changed in 18 years and
it doenst look like it will change anytime soon.




Posted by Steve Spence on March 19, 2005, 12:31 am
 

How so? Changes are happening rapidly in renewable energy. Have you seen
the price of gas? $.21 this morning. Finding better fuels, and using
them isn't hohum. Of course, we aren't breaking the laws of physics, so
in that regard, yes, little is changing. That's a good thing.



Steve Spence
Dir., Green Trust
http://www.green-trust.org

Martin Riddle wrote:

and it doenst look like it will change anytime soon.


Posted by wmbjk on March 19, 2005, 12:49 am
 

On Sat, 19 Mar 2005 00:24:54 GMT, "Martin Riddle"


and it doenst look like it will change anytime soon.

What changes are you looking for? It seems to me that things have
changed *a lot* in 18 years.

Wayne

Posted by on March 19, 2005, 2:21 am
 

More spam here?


years and it doenst look like it will change anytime soon.


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