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Renewable Energy – Farming Connect

Posted by admin on April 19, 2013 in Clean Energy with No Comments

menterabusneshttp://gdata.youtube.com/feeds/api/users/menterabusnesEducationRenewable Energy – Farming Connect

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SZNA – Combination Heat and Power (CHP) and Turbomill

Posted by admin on April 17, 2013 in Clean Energy with No Comments

See how wind, solar, and thermal energy can be generated by using a combination of Renewable Energy technologies. We combine our PVT (photovoltaic & thermal) solar panel with turbomills for a great all around producer of clean renewable energy.

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Do Energy Efficient Gas Water Heaters Deliver?

Posted by admin on April 15, 2013 in Clean Energy with 4 Comments

Smart consumers do all they can to use efficient products that help reduce the cost of the fuel they use. Our economy isn’t in the best shape for individuals to be careless with their spending. Many consumers are considering upgrading to an energy efficient gas water heater system to reap such benefits. Before committing to such an investment there are some factors you need to take into consideration.

Statistics show that gas is a less expensive energy source than electricity. This is because electricity takes more energy to heat the water than gas does. It isn’t as clean as gas either. If you plan to upgrade you should try to purchase a tankless water heater over the electric models available. Check out etanklesshotwaterheater.com for more info about new or refurbished tankless water heaters. While a gas model is more expensive to purchase because of the special parts inside of it, the savings over the long term will more than make up for it.

Energy efficient gas water heaters are very efficient. They are a much better option than the traditional tank gas water heaters that are still used in many homes today. When considering the cost of upgrading, remember the savings you will have coming your way because you won’t be burning near as much gas as before. The government requires gas water heater systems to feature standard efficiency ratings.

Keep in mind that an energy efficient tankless gas water heater system is the most efficient water heater upgrade available on the market. There are many different brands and models out there to choose from so make sure you do your own research before you select a cost effective gas tankless water heater that allows your family to have all the hot water you need when you need it.

Amanda Fain

New Holland Clean Energy Leader

Posted by admin on April 15, 2013 in Clean Energy with 1 Comment

This is how we shape the future

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Alternative energy gets a boost from the wind in California

Posted by admin on April 12, 2013 in Clean Energy with No Comments

Wind turbines supply Clean Energy in California’s quest for alternative energy.

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Abundant Clean Energy For & By The People

Posted by admin on April 10, 2013 in Clean Energy with No Comments

To learn more about Mosaic and invest directly in a solar energy project, visit https://joinmosaic.com

Mosaic is an online marketplace that makes it easy for anyone to invest directly in solar energy projects. Investors earn competitive returns, community centers and other institutions save money on their electricity bills, and we all benefit from more Clean Energy. Mosaic’s mission is to open up clean energy investing to the public and fundamentally change the way energy is financed. Imagine a future in which we don’t just consume energy, but create it. That’s true power, for and by the people.

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What Gives you Energy?

Posted by admin on April 9, 2013 in Clean Energy with 2 Comments

Do you feel tired lately and have no energy? Try to fix the problem from the inside. Be careful what you eat. There are some things that may provide you the energy you need, and you may have no clue about them.

Cereals. They eliminate sugar slowly, so you`ll have a constant energy level. At the same time, they`re a good source of vitamin B, which makes the spleen work better. Specialists recommend that breakfast include a bowl of low-fat milk with cereals.

Corn. It`s full of nutrients that give you energy and maintain a constant level of glucose. This way you`ll concentrate better. In the morning you may try boiled corn with some honey.

Parsley. It`s rich in vitamin B12 and has more vitamin C that citric. It`s recommended for most foods in large amounts.

Green vegetables. Broccoli, asparagus, and spinach have vitamin B, magnesium, and iron. Eat them at lunch or dinner instead of fries.

Peaches. They have large amounts of water and a laxative effect. Peaches also help eliminate the toxins. The diet with peaches where you eat 2 oz. of peach per day is also recommended for two or three days when you want to clean your system.

Sunflower seeds. They are rich in magnesium, iron, copper, vitamin B, proteins, and zinc.

Grapes. Because of their large amount of magnesium, grapes are involved in the first stage of transforming glucose into energy. Before bedtime, eat a yogurt with a teaspoon of honey. To read the rest of this article, go to www.projectweightloss.com an online weight loss community featuring calorie counter, carbs counter, BMI calculator, diet planner, workout planner and nutritional information.

Andrea Pelin

Philippines turns trash into clean energy windfall

Posted by admin on April 8, 2013 in Clean Energy with 2 Comments

The Philippines is trying to turn its enormous rubbish problem into a Clean Energy windfall. Methane gas from landfills is being converted into electricity and Manila’s Payatas garbage dump, one of the biggest in the country, is leading the way. Duration: 02:10

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The Power Of Detox — How To Achieve Your Ideal Weight And Increase Your Energy With A Detox Diet

Posted by admin on April 4, 2013 in Clean Energy with No Comments

Unless you live in the middle of the jungle, you breathe only pure air, eat only organic foods when you’re hungry; and that those foods provide the exact nutritional needs of your body; that you never experience any stress, worry or anxiety and you exercise every single day… chances are that you need to detox.

Just like the dust and crud that accumulates in your house calls for a yearly house-cleaning – “toxins”, extra weight and God knows what accumulate in your body.

We all need to do a regular house-cleaning – and that means allowing your body a chance to heal itself, release the extra weight, release its toxins, and get a fresh new start.

Your body has an amazing self-healing mechanism built right in it, but in order to let it work, you have to give it the rest it needs.

That’s why fasting has been a tradition part of many world’s religions, and almost every alternative health practice recommends some kind of fasting or “detox diet”.

What Is a Detox Diet?

A “detox diet” has nothing to do with going to a rehab clinic for drug abuse. The word “detox” has been used in naturopathic circles in the sense of “removing toxins.” A detox diet allows your body to clean itself of accumulated toxins, stress, and helps it release extra fat and weight.

A detox diet is a restricted diet that you follow, often combined with an exercise program, for a few days or a few weeks (or even longer). It’s sort of like fasting, but it’s easier to do and you can do it at home when you need it.

Signs You Need to Detox

You should be able to know yourself when you need to go on a detox diet. If you’re looking at yourself in the mirror and don’t like what you see, you don’t like the extra weight you’ve been carrying around… then a detox diet can help you get back on track with a healthy diet and release the extra fat..

If you feel you don’t have the energy you once had, or you’re starting to feel a little depressed… a detox diet can help you regain that energy and bring a new level of joy to your life.

If you experience aches and pains, or headaches, and can’t keep up with the stress of modern life, then it’s very likely that a detox diet can help you feel young again, and give you the feeling that “nothing can stop you”.

From having helped thousands of people go through all sorts of detox diets, I know that the rejuvenation it brings and the sense of accomplishment, on top of all the health results, is well worth the discipline it requires to do it.

Example of a Detox Diet

There’s all sorts of detox diets you can choose from. One of my all-time favorites is the Apple Diet. This involves eating only apples for breakfast, lunch and dinner, for one or several days.

The good thing about apples is that they are easy to eat, they are low in sugar, and they contain a fiber that literally acts as a “broom” in your intestines.

When you go on an Apple Diet, all you have to do is purchase the best organic apples you can find, and eat as many as you’d like 3 or 4 times a day.

Here’s a few tips to make this work:

– If you’ve never done this before, only plan to go for the Apple Diet for a maximum of 3-4 days.

– Peel your apples beforehand. Even though the peel contains essential nutrients, it’s also impossible to digest in most cases. Since you’re going to be eating lots of apple, you don’t want to stress your digestion with too much fiber.

– Don’t drink apple juice – even if it’s freshly-pressed. That would be too much sugar, even if it’s natural. You want the natural sugar along with all of the vitamins, minerals and fiber in the *whole* apple.

– Also drink water, about one liter a day, to help eliminate the toxins.

– Instead of eating apples all day long, have 3-4 meals a day with 1-2 pounds of apples.

I recommend the Apple Diet over any other type of “mono-cleanse”, because the apple is the King of Fruits!

Other popular cleanses that I don’t recommend include the Orange Juice Fast, the Lemon Cleanse, or the Grapefruit Diet. The problem with those detox diets is that the level of acidity from these citrus fruits is too high. It can cause many problems with your gums and overall health, and many unnecessary discomforts.

That’s why low-acidity apples are a good choice to do a raw food detox diet.

Get Support and Motivation

Although the concept of a detox diet is simple, most people have a hard time implementing it because of lack of motivation.

It’s not complicated to eat only apples for 3 days, but it’s not easy either. On the first day, you’ll be craving your normal fare. By the second day, you’ll be dreaming about food. But if you stick around, after a few days, you’ll be experiencing the incredible “high”, energy and lightness of beings that fasters experience – and the results will show.

You’ll start to release weight, your hunger for natural foods will come back, you’ll have energy to start an exercise program, you’ll feel better than ever… and when you’re ready to introduce other foods into your diet, you’ll be more likely to make the right choices.

But to get to that point, make sure you get enough support and motivation. Find someone who can help you do a detox diet with you, and get as much information and support as you can to succeed on your cleanse.

Learn to use the power of DETOX in your life… and you’ll start to regain the health and energy that is your birthright.

Frederick Patenaude

Massachusetts Military Bases to be Checked for Clean Energy Opportunities

Posted by admin on April 3, 2013 in Clean Energy with No Comments

Department of Energy Resources (DOER) intern Joe Salvatore attended Lt. Governor Timothy Murray’s announcement about the Clean Energy Assessments and Strategic Plan for Massachusetts’ Six Military Bases. He took this video of EEA Secretary Rick Sullivan and DOER Commissioner Mark Sylvia speaking about the progress of Clean Energy in the Commonwealth and the outline of the military bases initiative.

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