Jul 10, 2012
We care a lot about heating with renewable energy, and so do a lot of Americans. The trend in renewable energy is growing in American households, so the question we’re wondering is: Does it matter to you if your favorite movie actors, television personalities, and music performers get behind a cause like clean energy? Most people are looking for ways to reduce their heating costs, reduce dependency on foreign oil, and save on the environment.
While celebrities are less likely to have a meager, tight heating budget, many stars share in your concerns too. If you’re wondering which celebrities support being green, there is a lengthy list of stars who are getting behind clean energy, biofuels, and other environmental issues.
Ripped from the Headlines: Stars Talk About Environmental Issues and Clean Energy
Some popular celebrities who aren’t afraid to talk about their passion for being green and reducing reliance on oil include Cameron Diaz and Gwyneth Paltrow.
Other notable green celebrities include Woody Harrelson and Leonardo Dicaprio who are proponents of clean energy and renewable energy sources. These two lists include more stars who use their talents and voice to promote green issue: Greenest Celebrities and Green Celebrities List.
What green initiatives do your favorite stars promote? What is important to you? Do you think it’s important for Hollywood stars to promote causes and do you think it makes a difference? We’d love to hear from you.
Feb 1, 2012
For Immediate Release: February 1, 2012
The weekly (1/23/12) average national cost of Residential Heating Oil was $3.938 per gallon. To fill a 175 gallon tank the fill up cost would be $594.65 or an annual cost of approximately $2,378.60 (4 fills per year).
The weekly (1/23/12) average national cost of Residential Propane was $2.863 per gallon. To fill a 250 gallon tank the fill up cost would be 715.75 or an annual cost of approximately $2863.00 (4 fills per year).
If your propane or oil furnace is older than 10 years, you’re operating at 60%-80% efficiency and you’re paying even more money right out of your pocket to heat your home!
Other Annual Fuel Costs
If you could reduce that annual cost by 60% and still keep your home and family warm and comfortable . . . Wouldn’t you be interested?
Compare to Wood Pellets or Corn or other alternative renewable fuels (as of 12/20/11):
Switching to alternative fuel is the best known way to save money and experience a substantial return on your investment!
DON’T WAIT, TODAY IS THE DAY TO SAVE MONEY. Tell us your preferences, and we’ll help find you the best savings for your situation.
* data provided by US Weekly Heating; eia.gov and Alternative-Heating-Info