So what qualifies me to speak on these topics - over the past 15 years I have exchanged communications and information with professionals in the wind & solar power and Cellulosic Ethanol & grass biofuels industries, along with politicians, local governments, and other individual involved with various clean energy technologies. At our home I have installed a small solar power system that feeds several 12vDC lights in my home and also have built and installed power producing exercise equipment that charges this same DC power system, where this exercise equipment has the option to also feed AC power directly into our homes power grid. At our farm in Hammond NY, I have taken steps to be a participant in the up and coming Cellulosic Ethanol and grass biofuels industries, where this summer I expect to make briquettes from hay on our farm to use next winter in our home.
Below is an outline that lists in greater detail, my involvement with clean energy technologies, where in my effort to become more involved and to learn how to develop these technologies, I have. Also, please
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Ian established PaddockEnergy to help average home owner realize what they can accomplish themselves in regards to energy production & energy savings at home, help promote clean energy technologies that individual residents, farms, and small businesses can implement, and to show what I and my family have been able to successfully implement at our home, with the purpose of encouraging others to do the same.
Each of these three areas above - producing power at home, producing BioFuel's from hay, and every rooftop becoming a clean power generation facility, combined together, are certain significant steps towards national energy indepencence and also would be definitive steps towards reducing humanities contribution to global warming.