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An aging grid infrastructure and the retirement of traditional power plants creates an urgent need to infuse new sources of power such as wind and solar into the mix.

As renewable energy is becoming mainstream in America, the opportunities for Carbon Recall affiliates to provide fully integrated renewable energy solutions are becoming infinitely scalable.

About Carbon Recall: Carbon Recall, LLC is an Atlanta-based clean, renewable energy services company. Carbon Recall provides its affiliates the opportunity to offer a complete suite of clean, renewable energy solutions to their local residential and commercial property clients. For more information visit our website or send us an email.

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Water is the new oil anywhere water is scarce; installing greywater systems with water saving features is one of the many services offered by Carbon Recall affiliates. This distinguishes Carbon Recall’s total property clean, renewable energy solutions (even adding solar powered irrigation pumps) from local subcontracting services firms that usually offer just one specialty and limited services.

Check out this WSJ article by Kerry Close about Californian’s temptation to report a local homeowner with lush landscaping at his Mill Valley home during California’s water shortage. However, the home was quenched with recycled water. When the homeowners bought their home in 2013 for $2.8 million, its greywater  system was a major selling point. The system captures and filters water drained from bathroom sinks and showers and repurposes it to irrigate their lawn.

Now in their fourth year of extreme drought (see this article), more Californians are installing systems that recycle domestic wastewater (excluding sewage) for irrigation. Companies that install these systems say demand has soared in the past year; one company estimates a 200% increase. Costs for greywater  systems can range from hundreds of dollars to tens of thousands or more.

Leveraging anticipated advancements into your present day focus will increase the level of your success in the future. However, very few companies provide fully integrated renewable energy solutions such as those provided by Carbon Recall affiliates.

About Carbon Recall: Carbon Recall, LLC is an Atlanta-based clean, renewable energy services company. Carbon Recall provides its affiliates the opportunity to offer a complete suite of clean, renewable energy solutions to their local residential and commercial property clients. For more information visit our website or send us an email.

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“Invention is the mother of necessity.” Many think that it is the other way around, but the truth is that the best products and services create their own market. Take the iPhone for example. It dropped out of the sky, and no one realized they needed it until after the market was created. When selecting a franchise, try to find one that is creating its own market. Most times, this is where the really special business opportunities are.

There are 140 million residential and commercial properties in the U.S., and 90 percent were built before 2005. Therefore, 126 million properties in the U.S. are very inefficient consumers of energy. According to the EPA, buildings account for 38 percent of total U.S. energy consumption. Residential buildings account for 54 percent of that total, while commercial buildings account for the other 46 percent. The market opportunity for Carbon Recall’s unique clean, renewable energy solutions is compelling.

Carbon Recall is spreading clean energy solutions across America. At Carbon Recall, we turn a complex process into one that is smooth, simple, and carefree for our customers. We start by personally assessing the energy efficiency and performance of their property, ensuring that our custom designed proposal will work best for our customers’ timetable, budget, and overall renewable energy objectives. Then we create a comprehensive plan, usually requiring the integration of many moving parts, and provide a simple solution that optimizes energy use, energy production, comfort, and savings.

About Carbon Recall: Carbon Recall, LLC is an Atlanta-based clean, renewable energy services company. Carbon Recall provides its affiliates the opportunity to offer a complete suite of clean, renewable energy solutions to their local residential and commercial property clients. For more information visit our website or send us an email.

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According to the WSJ, energy innovation and energy “transition” are today’s hot topics. The August 21, 2015 Wall Street Journal article titled, “The Power Revolution” presents a persuasive argument for why we are in a power coup. However, the fossil fuel paradigm is getting disintermediated by renewable energy at a much faster pace than this very convincing article presents. The fact is that renewable energy is already the go-to energy source in many parts of the world, and it’s gaining traction much quicker than previously predicted.

President Barack Obama aims to have 20% of U.S. electricity come from wind and solar by 2030. Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton has gone one better: a few weeks ago, she pledged that, within 10 years of her taking office, there would be enough renewable electricity to power every home in America. That would certainly be a sprint, given that wind and solar now account for less than 6% of our electricity.

Some are more cautious about such prospects. Bill Gates recently committed $2 billion to “breakthrough” energy innovation because he is convinced that current technologies can reduce carbon-dioxide emissions—and the human contribution to climate change—only at costs that he has called “beyond astronomical.”

One thing is certain, over the next few months, with the approach of December’s big climate-change conference in Paris (more than 190 countries are expected to attend) the discussion will grow more intense over how quickly the planet can move away from coal, oil and natural gas, and toward a low-carbon future.

What will you do during this power revolution?

About Carbon Recall: Carbon Recall, LLC is an Atlanta-based clean, renewable energy services company. Carbon Recall provides its affiliates the opportunity to offer a complete suite of clean, renewable energy solutions to their local residential and commercial property clients. For more information visit our website or send us an email.

 

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Solar alone will meet the world’s energy needs in less than 20 years, and we are estimating that 30 million U.S. homes will install solar by 2030. Clean, renewable energy will grow at a very rapid pace because of the convergence of several factors:

Utility power is becoming more expensive, particularly during peak use periods
Renewable energy improvements add significant value to homes
Back-up power during power outages
Homeowners have to buy electricity from someone, so it makes sense to get it from a cleaner and cheaper source
Energy independence

Renewable energy is becoming mainstream in America, but very few companies provide fully integrated solutions such as those provided by Carbon Recall affiliates.

About Carbon Recall: Carbon Recall, LLC is an Atlanta-based clean, renewable energy services company. Carbon Recall provides its affiliates the opportunity to offer a complete suite of clean, renewable energy solutions to their local residential and commercial property clients. For more information visit our website or send us an email.

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For Carbon Recall Affiliates, major companies like Google, with their capability to provide any property owner with simple web based tools that easily demonstrate how much money can be saved by going solar, are huge perks. With Google’s engineers, their analytics, and algorithm capabilities, they make it easy for a property owner to readily see how much solar can save them on their utility bills. Watch Google’s brief video here to see how easy it is.

About Carbon Recall: Carbon Recall, LLC is an Atlanta-based clean, renewable energy services company. Carbon Recall provides its affiliates the opportunity to offer a complete suite of clean, renewable energy solutions to their local residential and commercial property clients. For more information visit our website or send us an email.

 

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High petroleum output caused oil prices to collapse last year. The price of Brent Crude, a global benchmark, fell by more than half – from $115 per barrel in June 2014 to $49 per barrel in January 2015. Today, Brent is hovering at $50 per barrel and is forecast to fluctuate into 2016. However, the drop in oil prices had no impact on electricity prices. Watch this video to see why it didn’t.

Fossil fuels price volatility will likely continue, while the price for renewable energy is expected to continue to drop, leading to two inescapable conclusions:

1. Fossil fuels are non-renewable and will one day be depleted because they are limited in supply, and
2. Renewable energy will become mainstream in America.

Leveraging anticipated advancements into your present day focus will increase the level of your success in the future. However, very few companies provide fully integrated renewable energy solutions such as those provided by Carbon Recall affiliates.

About Carbon Recall: Carbon Recall, LLC is an Atlanta-based clean, renewable energy services company. Carbon Recall provides its affiliates the opportunity to offer a complete suite of clean, renewable energy solutions to their local residential and commercial property clients. For more information visit our website or send us an email.

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By 2020, energy storage will grow to become a standard feature in homes built in the U.S. It will begin as an option, but will quickly accelerate to a standard feature, as was the case with the refrigerator, dishwasher, microwave and HVAC systems. This trend will create terrific opportunities for Carbon Recall affiliates as existing property owners scramble to upgrade their inefficient properties to prevent huge value depreciation when their homes are shopped or compared to new construction or more efficient options.

To get a better feel for this emerging trend, take a look at Green Charge Networks, a Carbon Recall approved supplier and the largest provider of commercial energy storage in the U.S. Green Charge Networks recently announced its partnership with ChargePoint, also a Carbon Recall approved supplier, the world’s largest electric vehicle (EV) charging network.

Carbon Recall is one of best renewable energy services businesses in existence today. Companies and homeowners in America are frustrated with the unpredictability of their utility bills, and with their buildings and properties inefficient use of energy, so they’re willing to invest to make their properties more efficient and consequently more valuable.

About Carbon Recall: Carbon Recall, LLC is an Atlanta-based clean, renewable energy services company. Carbon Recall provides its affiliates the opportunity to offer a complete suite of clean, renewable energy solutions to their local residential and commercial property clients. For more information visit our website or send us an email.

 

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The cost of clean, renewable energy will plummet over the next ten years, because the cost of lithium ion batteries will plunge as the global transportation landscape changes to electric powered systems powered by batteries and solar.

Even though the cost of lithium ion batteries has already dropped considerably, the price will soon decline at a much faster pace than most people anticipate.Tesla’s lithium ion battery production factory is just one of five major factories under construction, tripling the world’s current lithium ion battery production by 2020.

With renewable energy becoming mainstream in America, the opportunities for Carbon Recall affiliates to provide fully integrated renewable energy solutions are infinitely scalable.

Carbon Recall is one of the best renewable energy services businesses in existence today. People are frustrated with the unpredictability of their utility bills and also with their property’s inefficient use of energy, so they’re willing to invest in making their properties more efficient and consequently more valuable.

About Carbon Recall: Carbon Recall, LLC is an Atlanta-based clean, renewable energy services company. Carbon Recall provides its affiliates the opportunity to offer a complete suite of clean, renewable energy solutions to their local residential and commercial property clients. For more information visit our website or send us an email.

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More than a dozen U.S. companies, including Alcoa Inc., will pledge to invest more than $140 billion in efforts to cut carbon emissions. PHOTO: DANIEL ACKER/BLOOMBERG NEWS (WALL STREET JOURNAL)

According to the WSJ, the list of companies pledging money and resources to fighting climate change contains many of the country’s most prominent corporations, including retailers, banks and tech companies. Financial institutions like Goldman Sachs and Bank of America have committed to financing billions of dollars in renewable energy plans. Tech companies like Google and Microsoft committed to purchasing 100% of the energy for their power-hungry data centers from renewable energy sources, in addition to a variety of other promises. Companies like Wal-Mart and PepsiCo have agreed to rethink elements of their supply chain in an environmentally conscious manner.

Carbon Recall is one of best renewable energy services businesses in existence today. Companies and homeowners in America are frustrated with the unpredictability of their utility bills and with their buildings and properties inefficient use of energy, and they’re willing to invest to make their properties more efficient and consequently more valuable.

About Carbon Recall: Carbon Recall, LLC is an Atlanta-based clean, renewable energy services company. Carbon Recall provides its affiliates the opportunity to offer a complete suite of clean, renewable energy solutions to their local residential and commercial property clients. For more information visit our website or send us an email.