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A passive solar design for your home can warm it in the winter with little outside power and help to keep it cool in the summer. However, it won’t operate your lights, heat your water, power your computer or television, or keep you completely comfortable in summer. For that you need energy.

By now, the vast majority of us are aware that we must end our deadly dependence on fossil fuels for energy without using nuclear energy as a substitute. In order to do that, we must convert to clean, renewable technologies such as solar and wind. The fact that renewable energy installed at home also saves us money is not only a definite plus, it also offers a return on our money.

    

 

 

Solar hot water really makes good sense!

Renewable energy is the third important leg of your personal energy freedom. It is most certainly a means to an end and, in most situations, it should be your last step, after energy-efficiency and energy conservation.

Please take a second to think about this. It makes as much sense to rent your energy from a utility company as it does to rent your home or your automobile. Actually, owning your own sources of energy is much less expensive than buying a home and the product lasts longer with considerably less maintenance and depreciation than an automobile.

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Do you need an energy consultant, energy auditor, 
green builder, or green remodeler
 in North Central Texas 
or the Dallas-Fort Worth area? 
Are you purchasing or building a home?
Ready to add renewable energy?
Interested in living more sustainably?
Contact Terry Jensen 
Frugal Energy, LLC
972 251-1532 or 817 443-2553 Just have a question or two?
Please call. If I can answer without
seeing your home or business, 
I will do so at no charge.

 

Economics

People look at the economics of a renewable energy system in a skewed manner.  Once you install a solar system, for example, even a small one, you are saving a certain amount of money each month, even if you are not saving the entire electricity bill. Take an up-to-date look at the costs and economics of installing solar at this website You could be inspired to make a good investment in a time when good investments are few and far between.

 Also, be aware that a total renewable energy system does not have to be installed all at one time. It is possible to build your clean and renewable energy system over time and begin earning a return on your money right away. 

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