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What’s The Deal with Fracking

March 17, 2015 | Author: | Posted in Agriculture, Green Business Initiatives
Fracking is a word you’ll hear a lot about these days, particularly if you live in an area with a strong petroleum or natural gas presence. However, many people do not know much about fracking and misinformation abounds. That’s why we’re turning to Bowling Green-based David Stewart of Heartland, KY. David has been an energy …

David Stewart Gives Back to The Community

February 20, 2015 | Author: | Posted in Green Business Initiatives
Most people know David Stewart from his past work with Heartland Resources, Inc.; as a skilled and successful oil and energy resources consultant; and for his leadership in building Hobby Lobby into the industry leader that it is today. While business is a big part of David’s life, he also knows that he must be …
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MSE—From Humble Beginnings to Industry Giant

May 21, 2014 | Author: | Posted in Green Business Initiatives
Yoel Wazana started MSE in 1994 as a one man operation out of his apartment. He had the vision to turn a simple premise and a dream into an industry juggernaut. Following both a love for mechanics and printing, Yoel came to the conclusion that while aftermarket toner cartridges could save businesses big money, they …
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Understanding Non-renewable and Renewable Energy

In order for individuals and companies to conserve power, they must understand the difference between renewable and non-renewable energy. This will help them to make informed choices and ensure that they can live with sustainability in mind. Focused on conservation, North American Power reviews these differences and urges customers to live greener. What is Renewable …
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Unconventional Energy Sources

December 11, 2013 | Author: | Posted in Green Business Initiatives, Power and Utlilities
With more and more companies turning to renewable energy sources, it’s important for people to be educated on the alternative power that may become available. With some unconventional companies out there, like North American Power, prices are cheaper than with traditional power because of the use of alternative energy sources. Below is a list of …
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What the U.S. Department of Energy Thinks You Should Know About Wind Energy

August 28, 2013 | Author: | Posted in Green Business Initiatives
The U.S. Department of Energy recently released a list of 8 things energy consumers should know about wind energy and its distribution. The following is a breakdown of these 8 points. 1. Job Creator Ninety percent of the most popular wind turbine models are manufactured in the United States.  Over three dozen facilities are located …
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