Boulder to DIA

August 31, 2010

Finding the Taxi in Boulder, Colorado

Filed under: Highlights — Skibare @ 5:04 am

speak directly to the driver, 303-641-7829

Excelon Aquires John Deer Renewables Wind Division

Filed under: Highlights — Skibare @ 5:03 am

seems the world is changing by the day

Carrying Folks Who Invest From the Heart

Filed under: Highlights — Skibare @ 5:02 am

sometimes, the folks who get in my car teach me alot about life………carried some amazing women who were in Estes Park doing a conference about investing from the heart……….well, given my track record  and stock price, its time to just letting the world FIND the Clean Energy company and let mother nature figure out the rest

With one single Wind Turbine taking out 400,000 Rail Cars of COAL, well, that FACT stands on its own………APWR and Vestas are going to go UP eventually and the world will figure out the price for me in a year

Should we be naming Wind Turbines for fallen American Soldiers since most of this ”’war” we fight is over OIL ???

August 19, 2010

Getting a TAXI RIDE in Boulder 303-641-7829

Filed under: Highlights — Skibare @ 4:44 am

U can speak directly to the driver of your car………303-641-7829

August 16, 2010

IT Was a Life Changing Ride

Filed under: Highlights — Skibare @ 9:34 am

never have so few words meant so much…………

Green Energy and a Taxi Cab Ride to Boot

Filed under: Highlights — Skibare @ 8:51 am

Go LONG on APWR for the future of China Green Energy

303-641-7829

(think were that $736BILL will go…)

3.1 Overall Objectives

The overall objectives for China’s renewable energy development in the coming 15
years are: to increase the proportion of renewable energy in total energy consumption,
to resolve the problem of lack of electricity of people living in remote off-grid areas and
the shortage of fuel for daily life needs in rural areas, to stimulate the utilization of
organic wastes for energy, and to promote the development of renewable energy
industries.

3.2 Specific Objectives

(1) By 2010, China will aim to raise the share of renewable energy in total primary
energy consumption to 10 percent. By 2020, it will aim to raise this share to 15 percent.
This will be achieved by fully utilizing, to the extent possible, technologically mature and
economically feasible renewable energy sources, such as hydropower, biogas, solar
thermal, and geothermal, as well as by promoting the development of the wind power,
biomass power, and solar PV industries.

(2) China will also aim to provide electricity to people in remote, off-grid areas and
resolve fuel scarcity problems in rural areas through the use of renewable energy, doing
so according to local conditions and at the same time effectively protecting the
ecological environment. The utilization of organic wastes for energy will be promoted
according to the principles of a “recyclable economy,” basically eliminating the
environmental pollution problems caused by organic wastes.

(3) China will actively promote the development of renewable energy technologies and
industries, building up a renewable energy technology innovation system. By 2010,
China will basically have achieved the ability to produce domestically the main
renewable energy equipment it uses. By 2020, local manufacturing capability based
mainly on home-grown Intellectual Property Right (IPR) will be achieved.

More Green Energy Love from China to APWR

Filed under: Highlights — Skibare @ 8:51 am

(think were that $736BILL will go…)

3.1 Overall Objectives

The overall objectives for China’s renewable energy development in the coming 15
years are: to increase the proportion of renewable energy in total energy consumption,
to resolve the problem of lack of electricity of people living in remote off-grid areas and
the shortage of fuel for daily life needs in rural areas, to stimulate the utilization of
organic wastes for energy, and to promote the development of renewable energy
industries.

3.2 Specific Objectives

(1) By 2010, China will aim to raise the share of renewable energy in total primary
energy consumption to 10 percent. By 2020, it will aim to raise this share to 15 percent.
This will be achieved by fully utilizing, to the extent possible, technologically mature and
economically feasible renewable energy sources, such as hydropower, biogas, solar
thermal, and geothermal, as well as by promoting the development of the wind power,
biomass power, and solar PV industries.

(2) China will also aim to provide electricity to people in remote, off-grid areas and
resolve fuel scarcity problems in rural areas through the use of renewable energy, doing
so according to local conditions and at the same time effectively protecting the
ecological environment. The utilization of organic wastes for energy will be promoted
according to the principles of a “recyclable economy,” basically eliminating the
environmental pollution problems caused by organic wastes.

(3) China will actively promote the development of renewable energy technologies and
industries, building up a renewable energy technology innovation system. By 2010,
China will basically have achieved the ability to produce domestically the main
renewable energy equipment it uses. By 2020, local manufacturing capability based
mainly on home-grown Intellectual Property Right (IPR) will be achieved.

I love Green Energy and Wind Power

Filed under: Highlights — Skibare @ 5:02 am

prepare to be PREACHED to about Green Energy and Wind Power

303-641-7829

CU Students and the Migration 303-641-7829

Filed under: Highlights — Skibare @ 5:01 am

we are NOT a moving company but we will be happy to drive U and your stuff to your dorms or apartments!  WELCOME BACK!

China Biomass Plans……….I love Green Energy if U cannot tell

 

Medium and Long-Term
Development Plan
for Renewable Energy in China

4.2.1 Biomass Power

Biomass power includes power generation using biomass from agriculture and
forestry/forest product wastes, MSW, and biogas. The priorities for biomass power
development are as follows:

(1) By 2010, the installed capacity of biomass power based on agricultural and forestry
wastes and energy crops plantations (bagasse included) will be 4 GW. By 2020, the
installed capacity of biomass power based on agricultural and forestry wastes and
energy crops plantations (bagasse included) will be 24 GW. Energy plantations will be
grown in marginal areas (including barren mountains, barren land, and sandy areas
suitable to afforestation) to supply feedstock for agriculture and forestry based biomass
power generation.

(2) By 2010, 4,700 large-scale biogas projects on livestock farms and 1,600 biogas
projects utilizing industrial organic effluent will be built with a total annual production of 4
billion m3 biogas and total installed capacity of 1 GW. By 2020, 10,000 large-scale
biogas projects on livestock farms and 6,000 biogas projects utilizing industrial organic
effluent will be built with a total annual production of 14 billion m3 biogas and total
installed capacity of 3 GW.

(3) By 2010, the installed capacity of power generation based on MSW will be 500 MW.
By 2020, the installed capacity of such power generation will be 3 GW. MSW
combustion plants will be built in economically-developed but land resource-constrained
areas. Landfill gas recovery and power generation facilities will be installed at large and
medium-sized landfill sites.

http://www.chinaenvironmentallaw.com/wp-…

August 15, 2010

CU Students Be Warned DUI is .05

Filed under: Highlights — Skibare @ 7:58 pm

with all the out of state students returning to Boulder, make SURE U know the Blood Alchol Content for DWI is .05 which basically means U cannot be 100 lb female and have more than one drink

call the TAXI 303-641-7829 or see the UPPER right hand corner of NIGHT DRIVERS   970-390-8780 Todd  303-641-5788 Bruce

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