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I try to be environmentally responsible in everything I do and everything I bring into my life. Every time I make a decision, I think, ‘How is this going to affect the environment?
I know that solar electric works. How do I know that? Because it’s been making my electricity since 1990…These things work. We need to embrace them as quickly as possible
We have solar panels providing the energy, and it works
To be conscious of your footprint, I think, is the number one thing, and then it’s not really a revolution, it’s evolution
More of your favorite “A Listers” that have embraced Solar Power
Maybe it’s a little extravagant to own a whole island, but Johnny Depp has turned a conservative cheek. In partnership with Mike Strizki, founder of the Hydrogen House Project, he’s turned his 35-acre Little Halls Pond Cay into a self-sustaining mecca that runs on hydrogen solar cells. Now that’s home solar use at its finest!
This Pretty Woman went to extremes to ensure her new Malibu nest was an eco-friendly retreat. Using wood from a sustainable forest and recycled tiles, it’s packed with responsible features, such as solar panels installed on the roof.
She’s making an impact by going off the grid completely in her idyllic Rocky Mountain abode. Home solar energy provides for her needs, a spring out back furnishes water, and a backup biodiesel generator kicks on in emergencies. These are just a few of the features that make her home such a unique domicile.
Living far from California and the bustle of Hollywood in Canada, this Lady has a cause she’s passionate about. Her home utilizes solar panel power as an energy source, and she leads by example. Her bike is her steed of choice whenever possible, she unplugs appliances when not in use, and her car is electric. She believes that everyone can work to make a difference, no matter what their economic status or where they live.
This gent is shooting straight with his newly completed London residence. He rebudgeted his construction plans to conform to eco-friendly mores that include features from solar panels to energy efficient light bulbs.
“Woodyandme” by Internuggler at the English language Wikipedia. Licensed under CC BY-SA 3.0 via Wikimedia Commons https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Woodyandme.jpg#/media/File:Woodyandme.jpg
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Ed Begley – By Philkon Phil Konstantin (Own work) [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons