Are you interested in becoming an organizer in your area?
Tell us about your experience with alternative energy:
In the early 1980's oil and gas leasing boom. Our family had a farm and ranch in Caddo County, Oklahoma. After receiving our lease bonus, my father constructed one of the first wind powered electical generating fans constructed near our home.
We also had numerous wind mills that would pump water into the cattle tanks.
What excites you about this campaign?
Mr. Picken's philosophies are perfect. Our country is sending over $700 billion overseas to import oil. By implementing this plan, part of these dollars would be kept at home and help our economy and this form of energy sources would help clean our air.
What do you want to do to help?
Please let me know. I would be honored to be a part of this wonderful plan.
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Hello James, These new roof mounting residential wind turbine kits shipping now. The kits are attractive, sleek, well designed to install as a home appliance on the roof, much like an antennae or satellite dish. They are as easy to install as other home appliances, like dishwasher, etc. You can now begin a personal energy plan. These systems are inexpensive, easy to install, scaleable.
Your Wind blows stronger in the winter, Your Sun shines stronger in the summer months. This hybrid wind/solar system combines these cycles to give a more even flow of energy year round. This homeowner sized wind/solar system provides free power for your home. Many customers have found it easy to become customer/dealers of our kits. Customers can become a dealer with no further investment, they see quickly how people are easy to get interested.
I have used the same systems save money on my electricity costs and James, you can too. Your local wind resources are so good in Oklahoma. Please see these windmaps at the link below and pinpoint what number your area is in. Zone 2 is OK, anything over 2 is (very) good. First double check your wind resources from the map and links below.