In my previous post, I talked about having a personal 10-year Energy Independence Plan, and promised I’d share how I’m doing with mine…
Personally, I am 5 years into my own 10-year energy independence plan.
In 2006, my average monthly electric bill at home was $157.
In 2011, after renovating our house with Energy Star appliances; replacing a hurricane damaged roof with a white metal roof; and after installing every solar product my company offers, my average monthly electric bill is down to $50.
Be sure to read my 5/10/11 blog post, “How I Saved Over 70% in 1 Year!“)
I’m happy with the results, but I’m not done. And honestly, I’m not sure what my next step is, but that’s my point: I don’t have to know…
I just have to keep my eyes and mind open and something will show up someday.
So, start now and declare your own energy independence!
If you wait for someone else to solve your energy problem, you might not be happy with their solution. Setting yourself free may be the only way it’s ever going to happen, and… it’s very gratifying!