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Sept/Oct 2012 Issue
Living without Compromise - Off Grid
By Shane Johnson
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News & Magazine Articles
Living Without Compromise - Off-Grid
By Shane Johnson
Belize School Powered By SolarPanel.caIn the spring of 2009 there was a Edmonton News report on TV on how a school in Belize was helped by a high school in Calmar (Town just outside of Edmonton). In the news report it showed the Belize teacher using jumper cables attached to a vehicles battery to power a laptop for the school.
Home Town Living Article
Living Off-Grid - Low Utility Costs For One Homeowner
Determined not to have to face rising utility costs in the future, living off the grid for one homeowner is costing just $62.88 a month for heat and electricity.
Although setup costs have been high for landowner Shane Johnson and his wife out near Wabaman, the couple were facing $27,000 just to have electricity hookup from a local power company on their acreage. That’s when the couple decided to look at alternatives for electricity and gas hookups. Today they have spent $29,200 to be living comfortably off the grid.
Business Edge News Magazine
Homeowners look to go off electrical grid - Environmental self-sufficiency driving market
Kevin Marwick doesn't tilt at windmills. He builds them. Marwick owns Cyclone Wind Generators, operating out of his home in Qualicum Beach on Vancouver Island. His turbines are smaller than the megawatt-producing commercial wind farms going up across Canada; they are designed to meet the energy needs of a home.