Wednesday, August 7, 2013
Photo 7 Aug 6 notes When all is said and done, the final cost of the wars is expected to be over $2.2 trillion. For that amount, all Americans could enjoy sustainable energy.Germany is leading the world in sustainable energy. They are currently working toward the goal of having 35% of their energy from renewable resources by 2020, and is expected to be at 100% by 2050.An estimated 66% of Peruvians do not have electricity in their homes. To remedy this, their goverment recently began a campaign to provide 2 million of its poorest citizens with solar panels at no charge to them. The total cost is just about $200 million. Read more: http://huff.to/16Ak9QFImage via Blue Street Journal

When all is said and done, the final cost of the wars is expected to be over $2.2 trillion. For that amount, all Americans could enjoy sustainable energy.

Germany is leading the world in sustainable energy. They are currently working toward the goal of having 35% of their energy from renewable resources by 2020, and is expected to be at 100% by 2050.

An estimated 66% of Peruvians do not have electricity in their homes. To remedy this, their goverment recently began a campaign to provide 2 million of its poorest citizens with solar panels at no charge to them. The total cost is just about $200 million. 

Read more: http://huff.to/16Ak9QF

Image via Blue Street Journal

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    I think the rub here would be the housing market, especially in America.
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