Alternative Energy

Three good reasons to incorporate alternative energy into your home design:

(1) Lower energy costs, often by 30-50%. In some cases, you can even sell surplus energy back to the grid. Imagine the power company sending you a check instead of a bill!
(2) Lower your carbon footprint. We all want to do our part to care for our environment; this is your opportunity.
(3) The government is eager to help in the form of tax credits available to help offset your costs. See these pages:

Federal tax incentives http://energy.gov/savings

Georgia-specific programs
http://energy.gov/savings/search?f%5B0%5D=im_field_rebate_state%3A859981

Solar

Solar panels

Use the energy of the sun to heat water and/or produce electricity through passive (water heating) and active (photo-voltaic) solar panels.

http://energy.gov/savings/income-tax-credits-program-arkansas

Wind energy

Generate some or all of your own electricity using moving air with a small residential wind turbine.

http://energy.gov/savings/income-tax-credits-program-arkansas

Radiant energy

Radiant energy systems avoid the air quality issues associated with forced air heating. Linked to geothermal systems, they use the temperature of the earth to help regulate the temperature of your home.

http://energy.gov/savings/income-tax-credits-program-arkansas

Geothermal

Fuel cells

Fuel cells convert natural gas to electricity. The by product of this cutting-edge technology is pure clean hot water.

http://energy.gov/savings/income-tax-credits-program-arkansas

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