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Author of Power From the People: How to Organize, Finance and Launch Local Energy Projects
Lacking leadership toward a comprehensive sustainable energy policy from Washington, author Greg Pahl offers his compelling and practical “if the people lead, the leaders will follow” remedy in Power From the People: How to Organize, Finance and Launch Local Energy Projects. The author of numerous books on energy with 30 years involvement in environmental issues, Pahl looks to provide encouragement and nuts-and-bolts resources to individuals and communities interested in developing local energy projects, bolstering regional economies and democratizing energy production and ownership. A vital addition to any conversation focused on energy and community.
Greg Pahl has been involved in environmental issues for more than 30 years. The author of numerous books on energy, including The Complete Idiots Guide to Saving the Environment and The Citizen-Powered Energy Handbook, Greg also writes for Mother Earth News and various other publications on biodiesel, wind power, wood heat, solar energy, heat pumps, electrc cars and a wide range of topics related to living in a post-carbon world.
Pahl is a founding member of the Vermont Biofuels Association as well as the ACORN Renewable Enery Co-Op. He attended the University of Vermont and was a military intelligence officer in the US Army during the Vietnam War. He lives in Weybride, Vermont
greg pahl, alternative energy, september 17, 2012