geoff-got you email in aug., but was unable tomget back with you until now-
i need to get on board with pickens plan, and you had ideas as to how mi might do that.
thanks for your help.
I've just started getting involved in a non-profit website (http://www.windturbines.net/) solely focused on wind turbines and how they can help. We've a social network for wind turbine enthusiasts and a directory where businesses connected in wind energy can post their business info and site.
If you have any advice on how to spread the word out about our site, it would be a great help.
Hi Geoff, Monte smith suggested i show ou this video and painting i made in support of the pickens plan. I am originally from Greenwich CT, but now do a lot art out in California. I am trying get this some how to T Boone himself to see what he thinks. I really look up to him.
Mr. Bailey all pickens plan members west and east of the mississipi should be on alert. The info we share via the pickens plan should be administered to all members. Lord forbid if a hurricane was to come in the near future. This tragedy can be a advertising and recruiting moment for the Plan.
Geoff, The number one thing Oklahoma NEEDS this year are SOLAR system stores and training seminars. The Seminars can help keep installers and trainers up to their Expert levels, and the stores can show people how to use solar to solve their long-term energy needs, even as Natural gas and electricity rates increase and are artificially elevated by Gasoline prices and demand for electricity from businesses. It is clearly a multi-industrial strategy to increase prices by at least 15% per year. SO why not get the public informed about this strategy and help them become really independent and responsible for their own energy?
Many thanks. Who might help me to contribute some of my writing and editing skills to the cause? As I noted in my first submission, at least one document could be greatly strengthened. That's something I would be happy to do.
I’m Rick Freeland with the RT 66 Alliance. We will sponsor a 1966 Pontiac GTO that’s been converted to run on CNG. It will run all of RT 66 this summer. Can I send you more info? My address is Freelandjr@aol.com.
Just trying to find out what activities we have planned for the upcoming year and what I might be able to do locally to help raise awareness Looks like this year is going to be a critical one without much help with Congress - so all the prodding we do will be critical if we hope to reduce oil dependency. Any place you need some help spreading the word for the Pickens plan or drumming up support in general just let me know.
I'm the Pickens Plan Dist. Lead for Hi 01 & 02.
For several weeks now I've been unable to get any response from Dani Lanz my Regional Leader!
Please help me restablish communication.
Russ H. Robinson
Thanks Geoff I would like to know what Henry Ceullar the TX 28 US House representative did in co-sponsoring hr 1835? In reading some of his responses he mentions nothing about CNG. I have participated with the Tea Party movement and Heritage Seguin and would like to know if any candidates are running on the Picken Plan or signing on as supporters to help their candidacy?
Thanks Geoff, we are very excited to be a part of this movement. I would love to meet with you and talk about our school initiative, we are doing some cool things and would love to network with the group and others who see tha a "backyard revolution" is just as important as the big wind movement. Let me know if this is possible, and thanks for all you do!
Shouldn't we figure out how to pay for health care first before implementing it?
All we see is the intention to put it in place. I suggest we create wealth which solves the energy problem and use that excess for services. Check out Solar Roadways at http://www.solarroadways.com. For the cost of paving the roads we can have 3 times the amount of electricity that we use in the United States today through a renewable energy resource -- Solar.
Shouldn't we figure out infrastructure before we invest in alternative energy that has no where to plug into?
20 percent of our electricity currently generated can be generated by wind in the Midwest if we only had the infrastructure to support it. Now we need the magic of boldness to create interstate solar highways for the people. It will lift us out of this economic decline. Why?
1. Source of energy is renewable
2. Fault Tolerant Grid is plug and play
3. Smart highways clean off their own snow
4. Half the country powers the other half as night falls
5. Half the country powers the other half as day comes
6. Smart highways detect and warn of accidents, pedestrians, deer ahead
7. The cost is what we spend anyway to pave the roads
8. Removes terrorist threat of taking out a single power station
9. Provides a new communication backbone as well
10. Interstates travel to most remote areas, takes power and communication there
11. Wind now has a role to play for night time power usage
12. Electric cars can plug in the grid
I believe there is a role for government when it is an enabling technology that binds us together as a people and creating infrastructure which enables private enterprise to thrive.
I've been working with Washita Valley Enterprises for over a year now and its Van Buren, AR location is moving to Quitman, AR. I can't afford to move with the company. Are there any jobs withing the ranks of Pickens Plan? Thank you sir! Davis Petit