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Saturday, February 6, 2016

Go Green: Convincing Energy Providers to Go Green





  I think a little convincing is needed regarding going green. Convincing energy companies to go green comes with the question; how is this possible? The second thought is, energy providers may 
be entirely too greedy to change. The other thoughts are a reflection 
of these thoughts but in different ways. 

  Energy providers may LOVE MONEY$ entirely too much to even consider change. Change is work. And when people have made money in their lives and still can, they are very reluctant to change.


  Most energy providers love money more than they care to breath, see, and go outside. Most think that if they have enough money, they can build a virtual outdoors so there's no need to go outside. 



 Businesses have a lot of control over the world, and their company's economy. Countries can take restrictions off of business owners in the hope that they will benefit the economy and see them do nothing but lay-off people so they can get wealthier or richer. 


Maybe there's a way we can compromise or make a deal.


 The federal government and municipal governments make tons of money from taxes. They can even file taxes on the grants they give 

for whatever reason they give them.

 The idea is, maybe energy providers that switch to green energy, that is renewable energy, can be allowed to charge taxes to the masses or payments can go to them in the form of small subsidies in the equivalent of taxes. This is of course something that the public will have the option of complying with.


 The idea is posed to be considerate to energy providers. They have 

started a business made money, they live well, they eat well, and having to change sucks. However, the environment can kill us and destroy property, even theirs. It looks to me that change is inevitable. And also, it isn't as if you won't be remembered and celebrated for the rest of your existence for your innovation and brilliance. 

 Having put this out there, YOU, small business owners, individuals, and the Federal Government, could beat businesses to the punch. You could adopt this idea, along with the free healthcare and the taxation that would fund it and of course make you some money. 


 JUST DON'T PUT THE TAXATION FOOD!

 I can't stress this enough. In the past I have bought about 8 items in a grocery store and paid over $25.00 dollars; that is too much. Anyway, this a way to go. 

 And the free healthcare can be two-fold, for the people who want it, and other people that don't want it can just stick with insurance.

 Anyway, being the company that makes the energy revolution so is important and beneficial. It benefits multitudes now and future generations.

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