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jacobeco
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Post: # 216405Post jacobeco »

HI,

I am brand new to this forum and it really looks smart. All this eco friendly stuff is right down my street. I work for a solar panel installation company and it has really opened my eyes to the resources out there going green if people want to. It seems going green is not marginalised anymore and thought of as crackpot it really does offer huge savings and new incomes to homeowners as well as stroking the environment. :santa:

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MuddyWitch
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Re: Newbie

Post: # 216424Post MuddyWitch »

Welcome to ISH :flower:

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okra
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Re: Newbie

Post: # 216433Post okra »

Welcome, we have three solar panels here in Cyprus and we have hot water at least 9 months of the year. It may sound strange but having a shower with solar heated water gives you a good feeling

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123sologne
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Re: Newbie

Post: # 216505Post 123sologne »

Hi Jacob!
Welcome to Ish. :wave:
Nice to work for a company you can fee good about! :iconbiggrin:

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Penny Lane
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Re: Newbie

Post: # 216513Post Penny Lane »

Hello Jacob & welcome to the forum! :wave:
"It's breaking the circle.
Going to work, to get money, to translate into things, which you use up, which means you go to work again, etc, etc.
The Norm.
What we should be doing is working at the job of life itself."
- Tom Good, The Good Life.

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Millymollymandy
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Re: Newbie

Post: # 216529Post Millymollymandy »

Hi and welcome!
boboff wrote:Oh and just for MMM, :hugish: (thanks)
http://chateaumoorhen.blogspot.com/

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old tree man
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Re: Newbie

Post: # 216581Post old tree man »

Hello :wave: :flower:
Respect to all, be kind to all and you shall reap what you sow.
old tree man,
aka..... Russ

solarwind
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Post: # 218159Post solarwind »

Greetings Tracy, and welcome to 'ish.

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Post: # 218183Post spider8 »

Hello Tracy and welcome :wave:
Life's a bitch and then you diet.

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Millymollymandy
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Re: Newbie

Post: # 218187Post Millymollymandy »

Sorry guys there is no Tracy, it was a spambot who has been deleted!
boboff wrote:Oh and just for MMM, :hugish: (thanks)
http://chateaumoorhen.blogspot.com/

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