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Cartoon by Harry Martin, colorized by Richard Perez


Cartoon by Harry Martin, colorized by Richard Perez

When Godzilla is done wrecking havoc on the grid, you can be sure he goes home to a renewable energy system at night.

Ever since he flamed the powerlines feeding his home in 1955, Gozilla has enjoyed reliable, clean renewable sources of energy.

If a large prehistoric lizard can figure it out, then what's our excuse for clinging to out-dated power sources? Mother Nature is alot like Godzilla—reliable, and direct. So next time the grid goes out at your house, remember that Godzilla is probably watching it all go down on his solar-powered TV.

Richard Perez and Harry Martin for the Home Power Crew >#<

Clare Bell

Risa Buck

Sam Coleman

Jerome Cordeiro

Michael Hackleman

Kathleen Jarschke-Schultze

Stan Krute

Don Loweburg

Kelly Madding

Bob Maynard

Harry Martin

Steve McCrea

Ruth McDougall

Kurt Nelson

Karen Perez

Richard Perez

Shari Prange

Bob-O Schultze

Jerry Solobay

Peter Talbot

Larry Weingarten

Suzanne Weingarten

Michael Welch

Mark Whitaker

John Wiles

Donna Worden

"Most of the shadows of this life are caused by standing in one's own sunshine."

—Ralph Waldo Emerson energy depot four color full page on film


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Above: Risa Buck's home is solared-powered and off of the grid in downtown Ashland, Oregon.

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