GO SOLAR
From: Jerry Callen (jcallenThink.COM)
Date: Sat, 19 Nov 94 23:46 CST
   From: Ross M Donald <rnn [at] world.std.com>


   =>the use of renewable or at least lower-polluting energy
   =>sources...

        Choosing between gas and oil and even electric,
   often, is like tweedle dum and tweedle dee, in
   environmental and ecological terms.  Even the economics
   is changeable.  Some, who switched from oil to natural
   gas, are now switching back!

        GO SOLAR!

                 --------> <RNN> Renewable News Network
                               rnn [at] world.std.com


Natural gas pipelines may provide an excellent bit of solar infrastructure
if methane from biomass conversion ever catches on in a big way (which I
personally believe will eventually happen). Gas has many very attractive
attributes: it's easily transported via pipelines, clean-burning,
thermodynamically efficient, and (potentially) renewable. I wouldn't say
that selecting gas is in any way "anti-solar."

-- Jerry Callen
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  • GO SOLAR Ross M Donald, November 17 1994
    • GO SOLAR Ross M Donald, November 17 1994
    • GO SOLAR Ross M Donald, November 18 1994
    • GO SOLAR Jerry Callen, November 19 1994

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