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Solar Power Production for July 7th, 2009 and June Electric Bill

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This post is part of an update on solar power production at my house after the installation of solar panels and other efforts to reduce power consumption. You can read more about the project here.   Total Power Produced: 17.32 kWh Weather: Sunny and then partly cloudy midday. June Electric Bill Update: The June 2008 bill was for 3,390 kWh ... Read More »

Solar Power Production July 6, 2009

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This post is part of an update on solar power production at my house after the installation of solar panels and other efforts to reduce power consumption. You can read more about the project here.   Total Power Produced: 10.36 kWh Weather: Cloudy with some morning rain and then partly cloudy. Get Out of Debt Guy – Twitter, G+, Facebook Read More »

The Whole House Fan Project – It’s Done, Comfortable and Saving Me Money

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In my quest to reduce my reliance on utilities I embarked on a journey that involved sealing my crawl space, adding loads of extra insulation in the attic and installing a whole house fan. Some have thought that I meant an attic fan, not so. A whole house fan draws air from inside the house and discharges it in the ... Read More »

The Solar Panel Project. An Update on the Greening of the Rhode House.

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Kim wrote in today and comments on my previous post, “I’m Saving $20,000 in Electricity Because I Don’t Want to Work to Pay the Bill.” She said: Will you provide more info about the solar panels you chose? Where does one even start w/ that kind of project? Do you call your utility and ask if they will buy back ... Read More »

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