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Act 3: Collaboration to use existing resource

I have seen a lot of interesting and amazing concepts in clean energy by some amazing inventors, but for my act this week I am focusing on process rather than technology.


Agent Beth Shankle and I decided that we are under-utilizing a small solar panel that we have owned for a while, but that is relatively useless because of the placement of the windows in our apartment


From now on, to help power the mobile phones, ebook readers, etc, which the…
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Posted on March 24, 2010 at 3:39am

Learn 3: The Hard Work

Often around the idea of renewable energy the emphasis seems to be on big centralized projects, new inventions, and other ideas that can bring big headlines.


However, in this emphasis on the big and shiny it is easy to ignore the importance of the grinding work of putting community-empowering, distributed energy projects on the ground.


In this way, I found Eureka's unfortunate disdain in the comic this week for the hard work of people who are…
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Posted on March 24, 2010 at 2:55am

Imagine 3: Thanksgiving

My favorite holiday is the United States holiday of "Thanksgiving". It is my favorite holiday because it revolves around getting people together and eating turkey, stuffing, and a number of other foods.


In 2020 the entire meal will be powered by the same solar photovoltaic energy that is powering the rest of my home and work equipment.


Electric stove and oven, lights, etc will all be powered by the pv on the roof of the building where we are…
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Posted on March 23, 2010 at 5:25pm — 2 Comments

Act 2: Four-door garden

I am working with three other evoke agents who have collectively decided that we will research, design, grow, and doc**ent a four-door garden.


The land we will be using for our "four-door" is owned by two of the involved agents, and was partly used for growing in the past few years by one of the agents. This year, we will all work together and have decided that a big part of this growing project will be intentionally putting principles shared on evoke into practice and…
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Posted on March 17, 2010 at 3:17am — 1 Comment

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At 5:38pm on March 23, 2010, Jonathan Osborne said…
Some weeks are busier than others - struggling to keep up with evoke this week myself.

Hang in there!
At 8:46pm on March 3, 2010, Mita Williams said…
Welcome to the network Jeremy!
 
 
 

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