• 01:00

    Renewable Energy Fund

    in Business


    Renewable Now with Peter Arpin will feature Todd Dahlstrom from Calvert Investments, and joined by former RIEDC head Julian Dash, who is now the head of a new, private renewable energy fund that will start in New England but grow quickly around the country called Clean Economic Development. http://www.calvert.com/ and http://www.riedc.com/ Please tune in! Also Seth Handy is in studio. 

  • 00:46

    The Homeowners Guide To Renewable Energy

    in Energy

    Are you ready to slash your home energy costs while dramatically reducing your carbon footprint? In The Homeowners Guide To Renewable Energy, Achieving Energy Independence Through Solar, Wind, Biomass and Hydropower by Dan Chiras you will find the most practical and affordable methods to significantly improve your homes energy efficiency. Focusing on the latest technological advances (and never losing sight of the economic bottom line), this comprehensive manual demystifies: Solar hot water and solar hot air systems Space heat: Passive and active solar retrofits and heat pumps Wood heat Passive Cooling Electricity from solar, wind and mirohydro. This well-illustrated and accessible guide is an essential resource for those wanting to enter the renewable energy field. Packed with practical tips and guidelines, it gives readers sufficient knowledge to hire and communicate effectively with contractors and is a must-read for anyone interested in saving money and achieving energy independence. If you are ready to save tens of thousands of dollars over the coming decades, this is one show you dont want to miss! In this segment of The Clean Energy View Radio Show, host, June Stoyer talks to Dan Chiras, who is a respected educator and the author of 29 books on residential renewable energy and green building including Power from the Sun and Power from the Wind. He has studied and worked with renewable energy and energy efficiency for over 30 years. Dan is the director of and lead instructor at The Evergreen Institutes Center for Renewable Energy and Green Building, where he teaches workshops on energy efficiency, solar electricity, solar hot water, small wind energy, green building, natural plasters, and natural building. Stay tuned!

  • 00:32

    The Homeowners Guide To Renewable Energy

    in Energy

    Are you ready to slash your home energy costs while dramatically reducing your carbon footprint? In The Homeowners Guide To Renewable Energy, Achieving Energy Independence Through Solar, Wind, Biomass and Hydropower by Dan Chiras you will find the most practical and affordable methods to significantly improve your homes energy efficiency. Focusing on the latest technological advances (and never losing sight of the economic bottom line), this comprehensive manual demystifies: Solar hot water and solar hot air systems Space heat: Passive and active solar retrofits and heat pumps Wood heat Passive Cooling Electricity from solar, wind and mirohydro. This well-illustrated and accessible guide is an essential resource for those wanting to enter the renewable energy field. Packed with practical tips and guidelines, it gives readers sufficient knowledge to hire and communicate effectively with contractors and is a must-read for anyone interested in saving money and achieving energy independence. If you are ready to save tens of thousands of dollars over the coming decades, this is one show you dont want to miss! In this segment of The Clean Energy View Radio Show, host, June Stoyer talks to Dan Chiras, who is a respected educator and the author of 29 books on residential renewable energy and green building. He has studied and worked with renewable energy and energy efficiency for over 30 years. Dan is the director of and lead instructor at The Evergreen Institutes Center for Renewable Energy and Green Building, where he teaches workshops on energy efficiency, solar electricity, solar hot water, small wind energy, green building, natural plasters, and natural building. Today’s show is brought to you by LiquidWeb.com.Listeners of today’s show will receive $100 credit towards Storm Servers (VPS & Dedicated hosting) or can get one free month of shared hosting by using the coupon code: “orgview”. 

  • 01:05

    Renewable Energy Breakfast Chat

    in Real Estate

    Today on "Its My House" we shall have a breakfast chat on renewable energy during out Renewable Energy Week. Feel free to call in and participate in our chat dealing with solar, wind, and rainwater as sources of household energy.  In additon to those topics we can also discuss carbon footprints, climate change, climate change politics and business opportunities in renewable energy.


    If you have been waiting to "go solar" on your home we have information and solutons on how U can do that as well.

  • 01:41

    Renewable Energy Breakfast Chat

    in Real Estate

    Today on "It's My House" we shall have a renewable energy breakfast chat.  Topics covered will be on solar energy, wind energy, and how anyone can harness rainwater and storm water, so that they can power their home.


    Feel free to call in toll free @ 619-768-2945 and ask your questions or contribute your comments.


    Renewables (for household energy) is where the ball is going in your community, so tune in and get ahead of the game with this podcast.


    Also have pen and paper to take notes.

  • 02:01

    Renewable Energy Vehicals

    in Energy

    Dennis, Jeff and susan will be talking about renewable energy vehicles... ones that exist today, ones we are not supposed to know about and ones of the future.  please call in with your comments and information!  as usual we will drift eventually into a conversation about the economy and the possibility of a human renewable energy measure, hrem, making a more humane economy world wide.  we are going to address the 12 most asked questions.  and we hope this will produce even more questions!  please call in at 347-215-6731.

  • 02:01

    Renewable Energy to the Rescue!

    in Energy

    jeff, dennis and susan will talk about the possitive impacts that renewable energy has on planet earth.   our human activities are changing the climate world wide.  The activity with the most negative impact is human use of fossil fuels.  We have known for at least 60 years( when was the first space station set up?) when solar arrays were created and deployed in space to power the space station, that we can get limitless energy from the sun...  why isn't it our preferred fuel source?  why are we still dependent on fossil fuels that release poisons into the air we breath and carbon into the atmosphere that is changing our climate cycles, world wide?   please join our conversation and lets figure out solutions not just talk about all the problems.  call in at 347-215-6731 to talk to the host.

  • 02:00

    Sunday on the Front Stoop, renewable energy, who defines it?

    in Energy

    There is a lot of buzz about renewable energy these days.  Some of it is about what re/energy advocates over the past 30 years have defined it as ie,  solar, wind, water and biofuels from cellulose.  Yet we are also hearing some 'official' definitions of renewable energy that expande the types of energy to ones that have not been traditionally considered renewable.  The energies that are most often included in this way are nuclear energy and natural gas.  I guess they finally gave up on 'clean coal'...  Anyway, what are the implications of this?  Are they economic?  Are we being invited to go in a circle again and end up with the same players and the same problems...  We welcome your input.

  • 02:01

    Bridges Programming, more about the renewable energy conference in PuertoRico

    in Energy

    My head is still full of the conversations Jeff and I had at the renewable energy conference in Puerto Rico last week.  Today I started writing a blog from my notes.  I hope to post this on the renew-the-earth.org site within the next few days.  So, during our program tonight we will talk about the people we interviewed and their projects.  At least to start with.  Who knows where it will go from there?  We will be glad to hear from you.

  • 02:01

    Renewable energy would save our planet

    in Energy

    How can we save ourselves and our planet?  As Peak Oil peaks out, do we need to be hydrofracking now?  Look at ALL those roofs out there without any solar panels  ;-(


    Instead of sending our troops overseas to lower the price on oil, ALL that money could go to solar panels, wind turbines, and other renewable energy.  Otherwise, climate change and global warming will ruin our planet.


    Please call in and say what you think.  What can we all do to help fix our economic and energy problems?   Call in this wednesday at 10am-11:30am, est at Bridges Programing, World Call In, 347-215-6731 

  • 02:01

    World Call In, Renewable Energy, Climate Change in Congress

    in Energy

    What's happening in your part of the world?  Call in and we would enjoy talking with you.  347-215-6731.  jeff, susan and dennis will be talking in general about renewable energy and the climate change discussions happening in congress this week. 

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