Home Energy Alternatives/ Efficiency

Guests: Richard Perez Editor-in-Chief and Publisher, Home Power Magazine, Ashland, Oregon Amory Lovins Founder and CEO, Rocky Mountain Institute, Snowmass, Colorado Emilia Patrick Co-director, Campus Center for Appropriate Technology, Humboldt State University, Arcata, California Gene Gebolys President, World Energy, Chelsea, Massachusetts Most California residents have felt the effects of the state's electricity crisis, but some have escaped the rolling blackouts and Stage Three power alerts by producing their own electricity. In this hour, we'll take a look at home energy generation, including how to get off the grid. Plus, making your home more energy efficient ...and the Veggie Van fuel goes national.

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