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Gone With The Wind, & Getting Paid For It June 17, 2008

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When discussing “Going Green”, most of us are familiar with alternative energy sources such as solar and electric.  But what about wind?  The truth is that individuals can easily understand solar and electricity, and how they can actually use the two in their daily lives to conserve energy and be less dependent on oil because these two sources of renewable energy are always in the mainstream.  But wind energy is another animal all together for most.  Most people, when they think of wind energy, they picture hundreds of gigantic windmills together alone in the desert of Nevada, Arizona or California that are ran by major corporations and government to supply energy to entire cities.  I am here to tell you that you too can support and use wind energy on a much small scale, and that is more beneficial to you and your pocket.  Skystream has developed the Skystream 3.7 wind generator that connects directly to your home and generates power whenever the wind is blowing. 

The Skystream stands between 34 & 70 feet tall & is 170 pounds.  It comes with a 5 year warranty and is certified fo usage in the U.S. & Canada.

THE BEST PART:

This is especially helpful in our current times of a down economy when all of us are trying to save as much as we can and cut back where needed.  During times of high winds, the Skysteam can produce excess energy that you home does not need.  In this case, depending on your utility, your meter can spin backward and give you a energy credit toward your next bill.  Check your local utility companies, because in some areas, when you generate extra power, you can then sell it back to your local power company and earn some extra income.  You can even earn possible rebates & tax incentives for using wind energy.

Let’s all BE ALTERNATIVE and save energy, the planet and our pockets.  Because every, watt & every dollar counts.

Check out Skystream’s website @ http://www.skystreamenergy.com/skystream/

Product Brochure:  http://www.windenergy.com/documents/brochures/3-CMLT-1344-01_REV_D_Skystream_brochure.pdf

Product Specs:  http://www.windenergy.com/documents/spec_sheets/3-CMLT-1338-01_Skystream_spec.pdf

Product Demo Video:  http://www.skystreamenergy.com/skystream/how-skystream-works/skystream-in-motion.aspx

Find out where you can purchase the Skystream @ http://www.skystreamenergy.com/skystream/where-to-buy/

Incentives & Rebates (find them in your state):  http://www.skystreamenergy.com/skystream/will-skystream-work/local-resources.aspx

 

Bidrealm.NET Inc.

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