Alternative Energy different from the norm.
One – Less Grid more modular solutions- self contained. untaxable.
Two- Less regulation. Less government control.
Three- Simplified design- Home Depot solution. DIY
Four- Reduce cost by competition- No Government funding.
Five- Don’t make the poor pay for the rich to have solar!!!
Below are Renewable Energy World ideas in the open letter to Trump from
Dear President-Elect Trump,
For nearly two decades, we’ve been tracking and chronicling the transition to a clean-energy economy. While we know that we don’t see eye-to-eye with you on all of the issues, we wanted to send you the following “open letter” to update you on the clean-energy business opportunity, and what you might do as president to enable a massive infrastructure build out which supports American jobs and home-grown energy.
First, let us lay out some of the significant facts and figures regarding the transition to clean energy that’s taking place in the U.S. and across the globe:
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Another Article Trump VS Environment
Another Article -by REW Joel Stronberg
He starts off correctly in about Trump and business, but soon deviates to his leftist ideas.
I am white…a woman…pro-choice… educated…The government needs to run like a corporation, simple as that. —Trump supporter
In the age of Trump, all sustainability programs and policies will not be equal. Proven technologies and designs will surely be easier to market to the incoming administration than environmental regulation.
Donald’s surrogates would have us believe that he follows in the footsteps of Ronald Reagan. In fact, he patters the path of our 30th president — a man remembered mostly for having said:
After all, the chief business of the American people is business. They are profoundly concerned with producing, buying, selling, investing and prospering in the world.
Coolidge—given the moniker of Silent Cal—was a progressive union-busting governor from Massachusetts. He became the darling of conservatives.
This time Trump is like Coolidge instead of Andrew Jackson. I submit to all that, Trump is Trump and all the hot air from the left isn’t going to change that. The left wants to defeat this charlatan who stole their election. The America to lead the world order, has blown up in their face. In fact, because of Trump, the world order may need life support soon. These people were steeling the American people blind, ignoring half of America, in fact, attempting to take over America completely with there ideology. What they wanted is the lesser America to become slaves to their utopia. And to destroy the constitution which interferes with their end goal of total dominanation.
In America in the past much of this unconstitutional activity if unchecked by this election, may have lead to treasonous atmosphere against America’s core values.
As I indicated above many of the so called funding is done by the poor so the rich can have these products. Here in Nevada this argument is front and center. But Nevada isn’t along. We now know this is happening across America. Our government is constantly adding so called taxes that less than half the country votes for. Or in some cases, they just add them without knowledge of the people. This is what was happening in the 1700’s when we fought a war and established a nation.
Through this election Trump has brought out the silent major that is just sick of what has happen to our country. And they seen there children and grandchildren would no longer have a chance to see a great America again.
Another Life Support Story Below
Below is another Article about Wind on Life support. They really need life support immediately.
Published: November 16, 2016; Last modified: November 17, 2016 12:36PM
Wind turbine makers, such as Vestas Towers Americas, are waiting to see if President-elect Donald Trump will be as harsh a critic of wind power as he was on the campaign trail.
U.S. wind manufacturers have relied on a federal production tax credit to support turbine sales. Congress extended that tax credit — although on a diminishing scale — through 2019.
Vestas officials have credited the extension with helping to fill its order book through 2017. In fact, the Pueblo tower plant is adding capacity and workers with the help of $2 million from Pueblo taxpayers, through the city’s half-cent job recruitment tax.
But Trump has been outspoken about shifting U.S. energy policy back toward coal, oil and natural gas production and has ridiculed wind and solar power. He’s blamed wind turbines for killing eagles and wild birds and said wind farms “are hurting the country.”