Monday, April 7, 2008

Green Energy

Most steps to "going green" will save you money. Some will cost you. I've only given money saving tips so far, so now I'm going to suggest you spend a bit. Find out if your power company has any green energy sources. For example, I can pay $4.95 for a 100 kilowatt block of wind, solar or geothermal energy. Of course, that doesn't mean my house is being powered by a windmill, but it does mean that I've subsidized some cost of green energy in the grid. The Georgia Power website has some interesting info.

Surely you've saved $5 this month by not using paper towels, right? Right? ;)