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Bill Barmettler

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Michael Coe

Sam Coleman

Michael Hackleman

Stephen Heckeroth

Kathleen Jarschke-Schultze

David Knapp

Stan Krute

Don Loweburg

Karen Perez

Richard Perez

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Benjamin Root

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Laurie Stone

Michael Welch

John Wiles

Myna Wilson

Jeffrey Yago

Above: Home Power Central on Agate Flat, Oregon. Photo by Richard Perez

Everyone told us we were nuts when we started Home Power eight years ago. The consensus in the RE industry then was that no one wanted or could afford home-sized systems.

Now eight years and fifty issues later, over 100,000 households in America make their electricity from renewable energy resources. An entire industry has grown up around these small-scale RE systems.

We've come a long way. And we still have far to go. The next step is putting independently produced RE on our electric grids. If we made it this far, then we can do this too. Richard Perez for the Home Power Crew ^

"He who knows that enough is enough will always have enough"


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