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Unisolar US42 and US21 panels mounted on a simple aluminium angle frame, facing south angled for maximum winter power production.  Peak power output is around 60 watts.A Small Scale Solar Photovoltaic System, 4 August 2007

Carbon Savings in a Somerset Market Town (Frome), 13 July 2007Introduction to Permaculture - an excellent read.

Low Carbon Building Programme Funding Crisis - Sign our E-Petition, 12 March 2007

Carbon footprintMy Carbon Footprint 2006, 23 January 2007 - only 3.6 tonnes CO2/year!

Solar powered sound stage.An Alert: Solar Panels stolen from Brighton Earthship, 15 September 2006

DTI Energy Consultation 2006Response to DTI Energy Consultation, 13 April 2006

Economics of going off-grid: payback graphThe Economics of Going Off-Grid, 2 April 2006

Bike Trailers, 9 December 2005

James in the tipi field.International Day of Action on Climate Change, London march, 3 December 2005

Michael MeacherThe End of Oil Conference - 11 October 2005

Why Carbon Profiling is Important - 28 September 2005

Letter to Surfers Against Sewage - 7 September 2005

A handbuilt wind turbine.The Big Green Gathering - 10 August 2005

Wind turbineThe Economic Case for Domestic Wind Turbines - 11 June 2005, First Update 28 April 2006, FAQ added 6 September 2006.

Green Party logoGeneral Election 2005 - Why I'm Voting Green - 5 April 2005

What's Permaculture all about then? - March 2005

Permaculture and Peak Oil - March 2005

Tipsheet - Going Green at Home - January 2005

The Evidence for Climate Change - November 2004

Climate Prediction at home - August 2004

Eco-renovation - July 2004

An Ifo-Cera low flush wall-mounted toilet.Saving water - April 2004

Ten Steps to a Greener Home That Won't Cost the Earth - January 2004

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