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Clean Energy View: Energy Independence And Consumerism

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With the upcoming presidential race in the USA, American consumers understand that we cannot continue to remain dependent upon fossil fuels. In order to truly become sustainable and energy independent, we need to invest and incorporate renewable energy technology into our lives. There is a lot to be learned from what other countries are doing so that consumers can become renewable energy independent instead of shifting from source of energy dependence to another. For example, in Germany, a portion of its renewable energy comes directly from citizens, family farms and small businesses. This is creating true energy independence and sustainability. Although the technology is available in the USA,  this concept has a long way to go before it becomes mainstream in the USA.

In this segment of The Clean Energy View Radio Show, host, June Stoyer talks to Mike Stafford  who will be addressing consumerism and the issues with the renewable energy independence. Stay Tuned!

Bio: Michael Stafford is a nationally syndicated political columnist through Cagle Cartoons. His writing has been featured on numerous blogs including FrumForum, Coffee Party USA, The Cagle Post, and TommyWonk, as well as in The Dialog (the newspaper for the Catholic Diocese of Wilmington, Delaware). He is also a regular contributor to Town Square Delaware. Politically, Mr. Stafford formerly served on both the Delaware State Republican Committee and on the New Castle County Republican Committee. He remains active in politics as the Delaware Coordinator for Republicans for Environmental Protection. Mr. Stafford earned his Juris Doctorate from Duke University School of Law and practices law in Wilmington, Delaware.

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