As utilities embrace clean energy, some lobby for a more democratic solution
When building his house in rural Vernon County, Rob Danielson put it close to the road to limit the carbon footprint of plowing a long driveway.

He heats the super-insulated home with a masonry furnace that burns just an armload of wood each day. His freezer is on a timer, set to run when the 32 solar panels outside his super-efficient home are generating electricity. Same with his television...


Ken Notes: We need systemic balance and while I respect the people in the story who only vacuum when the sun is shining this simply is not the way the real world functions. This is an informative read and is the first I have seen that outlines the difference between larger systems and distributed systems.

- - Volume: 7 - WEEK: 21 Date: 5/20/2019 9:21:21 AM -