In addition to my wife & I having converted our 300D to burn WVO and also continuing to make appleseed BD for our starter tank, we've really sought to eliminate our reliance coal-generated electricity. See www.citizenre.com/sunshine .
We've found a way to essentially turn a solar company into our utility, locking in on 2005 published rates for our electricity and avoiding material costs and setup. See the article at that really clearly defines this relationship: http://home.businesswire.com/portal/site/google/index.j...04005416&newsLang=en
Locking in on current rates for 25 years opens up so many possibilities:
1. making BD or heating WVO "off the grid".
2. powering a PHEV (next in the works) Prius so the first 30 miles of the day is done using 2005 published rates for electricity for 25 years!! Practically a free ride!!
3. simply adds to energy diversity which is crucial for our nations economic structure and just plain good for the environment.
There are also opportunities to earn 4% of your customers' utility bills should you wish to become a sales associate.
Go to www.citizenre.com/sunshine for more info or to register.
Dana & Jann
so how is the solar workin out
we have looked into it but have not contated them yet
2006 Dodge 2500 run on 50/50 of petro diesel and blend.
I'm also a Citizenre "ecoprenuer" (a.k.a. salesman). It's a mixed bag as far as how they're doing. Still no real startup as far as building the manufacturing plant, but they seem to be holding out hope. I stopped pushing their system after a couple of months, waiting until they get operational. Once (IF) they do, then it should be a great venture to be a part of!
99.5 Jetta TDI, Elsbett single-tank (incl. modified injectors & glow plugs, FPHE, heated filters), running on WVO/Diesel blend
I must say these information help me a lot. I am also looking for solar water heating panels and solar electricity grids. Any help is deeply appreciated.
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