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Try an alternative method of heating your space this winter. Waste oil and mixed-fuel burners use cheap, accessible fuels to create a warm workshop.
The days are now growing colder, and you may be thinking about the increasing cost of heating your shop. But heating your shop doesn't have to catch your checking account on fire. Heating...
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Our ancestors knew about the energy benefits of wood, and now we're taking it a step further. With biomass technology, your car may run on fuel made from trees. Radio interview source: Daniel...
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A good, inexpensive lighting option
If you need a security light for an outbuilding but don't want to run electricity out to it, there's another option. Solar security lights are a good alternative and only come on when needed...
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With all the of green power, it's easy to get confused over the options. Every state offers different renewable energy initiatives, so it's worth the effort to do some research. Radio...
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A resourceful alternative energy option
WoodMaster has introduced a Flex Fuel indoor furnace as part of their 2010 lineup. The furnace is part of the company's new line of indoor and outdoor flex fuel furnaces, engineered with clean...
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Why not make a few quick changes to help warm up your outbuildings a little and cut down on those energy bills?
There's almost no worse feeling than going out to the barn or shop on a bitterly cold winter's day only to find it's just as miserable inside as it is outside. So why not make a few quick...
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Harnessing the wind is empowering farmers to achieve ROI, hedge volatile energy costs, and ensure the future of farm and country.
Add profits, minimize costs Across the U.S. and Canada, farmers are looking to advanced wind turbines that offer the best features of large megawatt units. They're also using windmills to...
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Be sure you'll have power when the lights go out.
Unless you've committed yourself to living completely off the grid, power is vital to any acreage. With household necessities like heating, cooling, refrigeration, lighting, cooking, bathing, and...
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Take time to do some research to see if it might work at your place
Wind turbines are picking up speed with acreage owners. But you really need the right location and wind velocity to make them a worthy investment. Dan McGuire with the National Renewable Energy Lab...
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Pond scum may power your car someday
Listen to the radio story mp3 Although most of us think of algae as nothing more than an unattractive nuisance, common pond scum may actually hold the key to solving our country's growing energy...

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