February 5th, 2014
Revelations are emerging of the second tier of humanity that’s preparing for the downside of peak oil and apparently were not invited.
US President Eisenhower warned us of this, as far back as the early 1960s with his warning of the military-industrial complex exit speech.
Are we easily duped?
So why am I writing about this here? A secretive agenda may be holding back propulsion and energy generation technology, which could help solve the energy and environmental problems we now find ourselves.
“The world’s true power brokers have been managing to keep their secrets from the mainstream populations for well over 60 years now.”
The planets’ life-giving systems are failing fast and the fossil fuel-based economies that our modern-day empire depends upon are nearly gone. While the under tier continues to work to generate wealth on a daily basis, the worlds elite and true power-holders are using our created wealth to orchestrate black governmental projects to push for the stars. Read the rest of this entry »
January 29th, 2014
President Obama in his ‘state of the nation’ address has made clear and precise commitments to support the solar panel industry in the US which will help create jobs and help transition away from what even he now views as inevitable. The end of the oil age.
Building a model for a non-petroleum based economy with more localised food production, alongside environmental protection’s are pivotal to our modern world’s future.
“All intertwined and yet all essential to keep the thin veneer of social functioning.”
The stable global climate, we all grew up in is now obsolete and preparing for both extreme winter and summer weather events is paramount meaning the perpetual ‘growth’ model must also soon be outdated. Read the rest of this entry »
January 24th, 2014
The pro’s and cons of installing ‘free’ PV solar panels (photovoltaic) to your home have furiously debated.
The industry as a whole, but there seems to be real evidence now that they may have been too good to be true for some households.
What generating free power with PV solar panels feels like?
If you have a free system in your home, then you need to be aware of recent feedback coming through from others who installed free solar panels too.
Although we have always preached on the side of caution, the news that Natwest, Nationwide and the Yorkshire banks are not dispensing mortgages on homes with free PV solar panels could come as a shock to some. Read the rest of this entry »
January 17th, 2014
The UK has reached a remarkable milestone with over half a million PV (photovoltaic) solar panel installations confirmed today, but will you be in time to benefit from this once in a lifetime opportunity.
Some people view others as being lucky; I say it’s all about timing and being in the right place at the right time.
If you’re reading this now, then you too can be lucky enough to be installing solar panels at just the right time.
Throughout my ten years of working with PV solar panels, I have always preached relentlessly that its best to install sooner, rather than later, but never has this been so true as it is right now. Read the rest of this entry »
January 6th, 2014
If you are pondering whether to install PV solar panels (photovoltaic), then this is the time to decide and maximise your investment.
There’s nothing more powerful than when PV’s time has come.
There are very few purchases in life which stay with you for three decades and even fewer which still benefit you, so unless you scoot down to the shops in a Austin Princess, then you will undoubtedly know what I mean.
The key to maximizing PV solar panels potential is to install early and receive the feed-in tariff while it’s still around.
The early bird catches the word and this has never been so true when discussing solar panels today.
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December 10th, 2013
Just like the supermarkets a week before Christmas, the PV solar panel (photovoltaic) installation industry is now going through a frenzy of demand.
We have seen this boom and bust scenario many times since the feed-in tariffs were initially introduced in 2011, with smaller spikes in demand and seen on a regular basis.
The side of the story you don’t hear is that the reason that PV solar incentives are being reduced is that the overall costs of an average photovoltaic installation have been reducing year to year.
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