Payback of Renewable Energy

Solar and wind power had always seemed expensive but with rising energy costs and government incentives the Return on Investment with renewable energy is now superior to most common financial vehicles. What’s important is to follow the “eco-nomic” approach to make sure you get the fastest payback and make the biggest impact on your carbon footprint.

Starting with basic and advanced energy efficiency then working to solar thermal for hot water and finally solar and wind generated electricity, you’ll have to invest the least up front and as you continue along the renewable energy path. Once you’re ready to install those solar panels you’ll be assured that you’re maximizing your payback and minimizing your footprint on the planet.

Coming from someone who took the plunge and invested 12 years ago before there were government incentives, Cam Mather speaks from the perspective of someone who has lived with the technology and knows it works. He also knows the great satisfaction that comes with investing in a technology that inflation proofs your family from rising energy costs and makes you independent, but also knowing that those appliances in your home are now being powered by clean, green renewable energy.

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Cam Mather and his wife Michelle live independently off the electricity grid using the sun and wind to power their home and their CSA. Cam is working towards the goal of making his home “zero-carbon” and with his extensive garden he aims to grow as much of his own food as possible. He is available to speak at conferences and other events and has motivated many people to integrate renewable energy into their lives, reduce their footprint on the planet and get started on the path to personal food, fuel and financial independence.
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