Welcome to 2GreenEnergy.  We’re Glad You’re Here.  (A “Sticky” Post)

Welcome to 2GreenEnergyTo those who have been with us since our inception in 2009, as well as to those who are just joining us now for the first time, here’s a brief summary of what we at 2GreenEnergy are all about.  We offer:

• A platform on which we connect cleantech entrepreneurs with sources of investment capital. Read more ›

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From Guest Blogger Hannah Thomas: Don’t Buy Compost, Make Your Own!

compostCompost, the ‘’black gold’’ of the lawns and gardens, is a simple example of how nature brilliantly works. Recycling is a most natural process, and Mother Earth has been doing it for millions of years before men began with the same practice. Whether you have a garden or simple flowerpots at your place, making your own compost will make soil healthier and plants will thrive. Read more ›

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From 2GreenEnergy Contributor Brian McGowan: Celebrating Energy Independence with Waste Heat Exchangers

Energy Independence with Waste Heat ExchangersYesterday, I attended the Energy Independence Day festival at Waste Oil Recyclers location.  It was very nice and well attended with food and music. I was there to give information about the various waste heat exchangers I offer to reduce energy usage. About a half dozen people immediately understood the value of these items. Still, as much as people understand the value of these products, I will probably not hear from them for reasons I do not understand. Read more ›

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The Tragic Consequences of America’s Frittering Away Its Leadership Position in Renewable Energy

Leadership Position in Renewable Energy Abdication of Donald Trump’s dwindling support base clings tight to the notion that the president’s policies will bring back jobs into the rust-belt, even though the spokespeople for the dinosaur industries (like coal) have consistently cautioned that this is impossible.  At the same time, Trump’s cutting the federal budget for the development of renewable energy is putting American interests far behind in the global push in this increasingly important direction.  Read more ›

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From Guest Blogger Ron Robbins: Four Ways to Save Money on Your Energy Bill

Energy Bill With the rise in energy costs year after year, it’s no wonder why homeowners are looking for ways to save on their monthly energy bill. Whether you’re taking these measures to the extremes or just trying to take small, precautionary steps to become more eco-conscious, it’s a win-win for both your wallet and the environment.

Take a look at the following green energy solutions so you cand find ways to start saving money on your energy bill while also becoming a more eco-conscious citizen. Read more ›

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Wondering Why the U.S. Government Subsidizes Oil, While Pushing for Renewable Energy Remains Controversial?

Wondering Why the U.S. Government Subsidizes Oil, While Pushing for Renewable Energy Remains Controversial?As suggested in the graphic here, the answer is, in a word: corruption.

In addition to universal healthcare, the same case could be made for anything else that people generally want that doesn’t directly serve corporate interests: renewable energy, quality public schools, social programs that help keep kids out of prison, etc.

Until we overturn Citizens United, and restore democracy to “We the People,” our Congress will serve the needs of their corporate paymasters.



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An Exercise in Alternative Science

Alternative ScienceThere seems to be some sort of detente between religion and science at this point in Western Civilization, largely brought on by the arrival of Pope Francis on the scene, with his high-impact humanism, one that borders on the secular. Read more ›

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From Guest Blogger Ash: Three Ways to Green Up Your Home

Green Up Your HomeWhether we realize it or not, one of the greatest threats in the world today is climate change. Leon Billings and Thomas Jorling, widely regarded pioneers of the “Golden Age” of environmental policy, state, “Today, there is a widely accepted science that proves climate pollution will alter how our planet functions.” Read more ›

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We Don’t Have “Opinions” About Science

We Don't Have "Opinions" About ScienceNikita writes: Just read your blog; you are writing about things I never thought about. What is your opinion about this invention?

It’s a scam.  It violates the 1st and 2nd laws of thermodynamics. Think about it: this produces energy out of nothing?  That doesn’t make sense to you, does it? Read more ›

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New Commitments to Renewable Energy Popping Up All Over the Globe, But, Sadly, Not in the U.S.

0320_tillerson-putin_1024x576Here’s an update on the rapid migration to renewable energy.  This time, it’s Sweden doing something extraordinary.  Who will be next?   Read more ›

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From Guest Blogger Justin Jersey: Installation of Solar Power Systems-A Pre-Preparation Guide

Installation of Solar Power Systems-A Pre-Preparation GuideToo overwhelmed by the amazing benefits of solar panels and want to get a solar power system installed on your rooftop? Well, slow down. Do not rush in. They may be very efficient and may profit you a lot after a payback period of about 5 years, but if you do not do your research before getting a solar power systems installed, your investment may result into a waste. Before starting to look for a solar company, make sure you have an idea about these points: Read more ›

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