If you're looking to do as little harm to our environment as possible here are 3 Ways to Properly Dispose of Old Electronics: www.Gazelle.com buys old cell phones, digital cameras, laptops. camcorders, and other electronics.  After confirming the status and value of your item, you'll get a check, PayPal payment, or Gift Card.  An iPhone 3G 8 Gigabyte version fetched $103, recently! www.Gettington.com allows you to price out what you'll get before you sell by answering a few questions about your item (and the accessories you have for it).  You can sell anything from iPhones, iPods, to software, and eBook Readers! www.Flipswap.com gives you…
Friday, 19 March 2010 08:23

Florida Job Growth - Solar Energy?

  In this NBC news snippet, I talk about how solar energy growth isn't a fad and how Florida is not number #1 in terms of solar usage, YET, it is the Sunshine State! We've been in the Solar Energy business for over 30 years, and we're definitely seeing a continued growth in our solar energy business.Here's 9 ways you can conserve energy by switching to solar energy based solutions: Solar Pool Heater - save by using the sun to heat your pool! Solar Water Heater - save by using the power of the sun to heat your water! Solar Electric Photovoltaic System - save…
Tuesday, 16 February 2010 13:45

Calculate Your Electrical Use & Save!

Have you ever thought about how much electricity you use, and possibly reducing your usage?Think about this: The Wii Videogame System uses 18 Watts when in use, and 3 Watts when it's in sleep mode. A typical desktop computer with a 17" LCD (Flat-Panel) Monitor uses about 200 Watts. A 42" Plasma TV uses 270 Watts. A central air conditioner (2.5 tons) uses 3500 Watts. A clothes dryer uses 4400 Watts. Now: Turning off, or putting your Desktop computer to sleep - rather than leaving it on all of the time, can save over $100/year. Switching from 100 Watt Light Bulbs…
In the very near future, citizens of Florida will have an opportunity to show their opposition to oil drilling as close as 3 to 10 miles off the coast. On February 13th, Hands Across the Sand, will be sponsoring this interesting event... I’m not one who normally gets involved in these types of events, however, as a volleyball player, I am interested in the long-term quality of our beaches, and as a solar contractor, I am interested in reducing our dependency on fossil fuels. So, in this case, it makes sense to me to make a statement about two things about…

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