• 01:00

    Efficiency and Productivity with M.A.G.'s

    in Education

    Efficiency and Productivity with M.A.G.'s
    The Other Side...A Preppers Path!
    on American Preppers Radio! 
    Sundays 9:00pm/Est 8:00pm/Ct 6:00pm/Pt
    Live Listen and Chat go to:http://prepperbroadcasting.com
    In essence to quote my guest this Sunday, Charley Hogwood, of Ready Go Prep ( Personal Readiness Education Programs) http://readygoprep.com/website/ a MAG a is “a group of like-minded individuals who pledge to assist each other in times of crisis.” The need or reasoning is pretty clear however this same reason creates a plethora of questions including who, what, when, where and how. The Other Side of a Preppers Path examines the MAG this Sunday. Lynna has tapped well known instructor and prepper, Charley Hogwood asking him to share his extensive knowledge on MAG’s. Charley recently posted a series of articles available at http://www.livingreadyonline.com/emergency-preparedness/ what-is-a-mutual-assistance-group regarding MAG’s. Rest your eyes and tune in to hear it straight from the horse’s mouth.


    Tags: The Other Side A Preppers Path, Prepping, Independence, preparedness, self-sufficiency, Prepper Broadcasting, assistance

  • 00:28

    Energy Efficiency investment over 300% payback

    in Environment

    The Southeast Energy Efficiency Alliance (SEEA) is one of six regional energy efficiency organizations in the U.S. working to transform the energy efficiency marketplace. Energy efficiency is a catalyst for economic growth, workforce development and energy security, and SEEA promotes its benefits and opportunities across 11 southeastern states, including Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana,  Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee and Virginia.


    In this discussion, Southeast Green will interview SEEA and their partner, the Cadmus Group, about the findings of their recent economic analysis, which showed a 378 percent return on the $20.2M investment made by the U.S. Department of Energy in energy efficiency programming in the Southeast, from 2010 to 2013. We'll look at how the region performed overall, as well as how the eight participating states fared individually. We'll talk about economic output, labor income, and the number of new jobs created per million dollars invested. And, we'll explore the factors that led to the best performances.

  • 01:01

    Freight Efficiency

    in Business

    On Renewable Now this Wednesday at 1pmJoin Peter Arpin as we kick off the first of our 2013 series.We also will be welcoming Jeff Flath from Enow as a  new co host to the Renewable Now.This weeks guest we will feature Mike Roeth. Mr. Roeth is the Executive Director of the North American Council for Freight Efficiency.  We will learn about the green trucking industry as well as the importance of Freight efficiency.Make one of your New years Resolutions to listen to Renewable Now every Wednesday at 1pm . Renewable Now ,educating you on the business side of Green .

  • 01:21

    Open Forum: Increase Fuel Efficiency Standards NPRM

    in Business

    Join us for our Open Forum as we focus on President Obama's order for the DOT and EPA to develop and issue a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NPRM) by March 2015 to increase fuel efficiency standards for big trucks, while also calling for technological innovations and alternate fuels.


    Joining us will be Mr. Samuel Burlum, CEO/President/Chairman of Extreme Energy Solutions and Mr. Anthony Evans, Founder/COO of Onboard Oil Tech.


    What will this new order mean for Owner Operators? Will they be able to meet the financial obligations? How can truck drivers influence the NPRM and can Owner Operators, fleets, meet the standards now?


    Come join the conversation as our guests share their insight into how meeting higher fuel efficiency standards will have an impact on the future of trucking.

  • 00:30

    Productivity, Progress and Prosperity with energy efficiency

    in Environment

    Energy Pro is the name of the Southeast Energy Efficiency Alliance’s initiative that presents the story of energy efficiency and the promise it holds for the southeast region (“energy productivity”), for demonstrating the results its partners and cities have achieved over the past three years (“progress”), and for highlighting how the many facets of this work continue to pave the way for sustained economic “prosperity” in the Southeast. The Energy Pro initiative includes a report that offers an honest assessment of the infrastructure, resources and opportunities in the Southeast that support the deployment of energy efficiency programming; a roadshow to six southeastern cities that highlights the economic revitalization that has resulted from the energy efficiency work done; and a series of awards to recognize the citizens who have significantly advanced energy efficiency over the past three years.

  • 00:28

    Savings from Energy Efficiency with No Up-Front Costs

    in Business

    My guest will be Barry Korn .  Barry is a Chartered Financial Analyst with over 30 years of direct lending and consulting experience. As Founder and Managing Director of Barrett Capital Corporation, he is responsible for and oversees client relationships and assignments. Barrett is a banking and financial consulting firm, specializing in debt and equity placement with an emphasis on asset based financing. It maintains strategic relationships with a number of bank and non-bank lenders, private equity sources and consultants in order to offer a complete range of corporate and real estate financing options and advisory services. Barrett Capital, which has owned and managed in excess of $125 million of loans, leases and real estate, serves small and middle market companies. With respect to its niche in real estate finance, Barrett Capital focuses on financing energy efficiency upgrade contracts.
    Prior to founding Barrett, Barry was Vice President of Webster Business Credit Corporation; the asset based lending division of Webster Bank, and at New York City-based Sterling National Bank. He is a founding Board Member and President of Energy Infotech NYC, Inc., a not-for-profit, established to leverage NYC’s unique capabilities in information technology, internet applications, media, and finance and to foster a leading innovation ecosystem to position New York City as a global leader at the intersection of IT and clean tech. He also serves as a Board Member of the Association for Corporate Growth (ACG) New York Chapter and is a Vice President and Chair of its Sponsorship Committee.

  • 00:35

    Why Smartcool Systems Makes Energy Efficiency Smart!

    in Energy

    For the average consumer, a loaf of bread is just that, a loaf of bread. For the conscious consumer, its a whole different perspective. Conscious consumers want to know about the entire process from seed to shelf. Especially in the organic industry, conscious consumers choose to vote with each dollar spent to support companies that are environmentally responsible. When businesses operate sustainably, everyone benefits. Reducing energy consumption will reduce operating, manufacturing and consumption costs thus reducing greenhouse gas emissions. However, as energy prices soar along with rising atmospheric temperatures, energy efficiency cannot be ignored. Businesses must find ways to reduce energy consumption without reducing quality. This is no easy task in the current economic climate as many producers, manufacturers and retailers are already working with small margins. It's a competition that could end a business if the wrong decision is made. North America spends over $26 Billion annually on electricity for A/C and refrigeration systems alone. In the US, energy consumption of A/C and refrigeration generates 238 million tonnes of greenhouse gases. Until we are no longer dependent upon fossil fuels, the energy we never have to use is always the best alternative. Thanks to innovative technologies like Smartcool, we can economically reduce energy consumption, without reducing quality. Smartcool is a global clean technology company offering a unique line of energy efficiency solutions that reduce the electrical consumption and peak energy demand of any air conditioning, heat pump or refrigeration system (HVAC-R). In this segment of The Organic View Radio Show, June Stoyer interviews George Burnes, CEO, Smartcool Systems, Inc.

  • 01:00

    Saving Cost & Efficiency Tips on Your Business!

    in Business

    In honor of Small Business Week, I am giving info on how to cope with an economy that is struggling. Every small business owner is looking for ways to increase profits and save money and improve efficiency. Business efficiency means making the most out of what you have!
    Visit with us in the second half hour with my co-host Michelle Morris owner of Vacation Baby Gear will tell you how she has taken over with her dream of a business that helps others!! 

  • 00:52

    Energy Efficiency, DIY, Going Green and the Prepper

    in Education

    Energy Efficiency, DIY, Going Green?! 
    The Other Side...A Preppers Path!
    on American Preppers Radio! 
    Sundays 9:00pm/Est 8:00pm/Ct 7:00pm/Mt 6:00pm/Pt
    Live Listen and Chat go to: http://prepperbroadcasting.com/listen-chat/


    Energy efficiency, DIY and Going Green all buzz words we hear today through nearly every type of media. Each one a topic unto itself with pros and cons to each, but what do they have to do with being prepared, or becoming prepared? Why would a prepper be concerned with making a home more energy efficient, if the grid is going down? Do It Yourself, I am busy prepping my pantry why DIY that means more work and going green, that costs money and I am using every spare dime I have in getting prepared, Go Green, I can’t. These are questions and comments I’ve not only heard but often asked myself. Time, time,time there never seems to be enough of it and now you want me to add more to do’s to the mounting list? Why?


    Tonight on the Other Side of a Preppers the phone lines are open and we are going to discuss just these topics and will hopefully shed some light, efficiently I might add on why being energy efficient, becoming a DIY’er and going green will benefit the prepper and why it all makes sense for the future. See you there, join me and let’s brainstorm.


    Tags: American Preppers Radio, Prepper Broadcasting, A Preppers Path

  • 00:28

    Window Film as part of your Energy Efficiency Strategy

    in Environment

    Jeff Franson started in the window film business after graduating from Boston College with honors. Over the past 20 years, my national installation company - Window Film Depot - has tackled some of the most impressive and difficult architectural film installations ever completed in the US. Jeff is responsible for over 15,000 installations of film products in buildings and storefronts throughout the 50 states.


    Since the age of 15, Franson has been working 'in the field' and today am an expert installer of our products. I have been named a "Dealer of the Year' on five occasions by 3M's Renewable Energy Division. He is a professional trainer - over 500 tradesmen have taken my class on film installation techniques across the US and Canada.


    When clients ask, the solutions Jeff recommends come from this experience. His entire organization is built around this hard earned 'street cred' that can't be bought or created by a fancy marketing department.


    Jeff's strengths are listening to the customer, understanding their problem and then recommending the right applied film solution for the building or storefront. He prides himself on delivering on promises made and take great satisfaction in exceeding client expectations.
     

  • 00:31

    Everything SAHM: Modern Day Mom, Efficiency Through Technology

    in Moms and Family

    Moms this day in age are busier than ever before.  Why not leverage modern day technology to increase your efficiency?  You'll be the super mom of your clique.  Yes, many tools out there can be intimidating, but we're here to make it easy for you.  

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