Clean Energy Costs

Phasing Out Old, Expensive Coal Plants as Clean Energy Costs Decline

Georgia Power’s decision to phase out nearly one quarter of their dirty, eighteenth century technology is good for families and good for their customers. If the company chooses to replace this capacity with home-grown, twenty-first century energy technology like solar and wind, their decision will also be good for Georgia jobs. Moving beyond coal and oil is the right decision for Georgia Power.

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Solar Energy Development

Mr Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway Investment Company Invests in Solar Energy Development

We are extremely excited to see the rapid increase in investor interest in solar power. When such a conservative and careful investment powerhouse like Berkshire Hathaway is making their third huge investment in solar energy in less than a year, it validates the choice of our business strategy and sets the example, which may be followed by many individual investors globally

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Save Energy in American Homes

Six Projects to Save Energy in American Homes

A typical American family spends nearly $2,000 per year on their home energy bills, and much of that money is wasted on air leaks and drafts in our homes’ roofs, attics and walls. By bringing new, affordable energy efficient products to the market, we can help families save money by saving energy, while strengthening U.S. manufacturing leadership in technologies that are increasingly in demand worldwide

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