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A Renewable Energy Action Plan in Works!

September 4, 2011

My apparent disappearance from the writing scene is not due to a lack of concern for the state of the renewable energy economy. Rather is it due to the trials and tribulations of creating a piece that has meaning and can set into action a “socially” acceptable path for change. From thoughts of fostering a rebellion to a stay-at-home 2012 election pledge, my recycle bin is bursting at the seams with proposals. Also, an indefinite stay at Gitmo seems to have tempered my pen. Where is Thomas Jefferson when you need him?

Don’t give up on me yet. As you may know, we don’t have a heck of a lot of time left. Maybe you can help. You decide the next step to end this country’s renewable energy quagmire.


2 Comments leave one →
  1. September 4, 2011 2:22 PM

    Barry your comments are always greatly appreciated by me. Where is America’s energy policy? It’s pretty obvious that its been pay to play for a long time now at the detriment to everyone except the paying players. This has to stop and its not an easy thing to do. I believe there are a few clean technologies that are very compelling and that cash flow well that will make a big difference. How fast and how big they grow depends on a lot of things. The government, AKA Obama has shown how little of an understanding he and his energy secretary have when they dumped a half a billion loan guarantee on Solyndra instead of giving 5 million to a hundred deserving companies with technologies that show a great deal of promise. Obama’s lack of truthfulness to the American people and those who voted for him will absolutely doom him to one term. It does not mean that the group from the extreme right will have the votes that he’s lost with his lies. It means there a many opportunities in the next election that will make for some big changes. The American People are tired of hearing the lies from both sides. Hopefully that opening in the middle will produce a candidate that will have the American Peoples and our countries future as the most important part of their agenda. A cohesive energy policy should be part of the platform that brings some sorely needed changes to dead end direction that America’s energy policy has been heading for more than a decade.

  2. September 8, 2011 3:56 PM


    Could not have said it better!

    Thank you for your contribution.


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