Thursday, September 28, 2006

The enviro-eco-friendly house

Shields store to stock renewable energy products.

I hope that the people of South Shields are ready for these new initiatives, and ready to follow the lead of David Miliband who intends to install a wind turbine at both his London home and his South Shields home. Wind turbines and solar panels as sources of renewable energy with zero carbon emissions will shortly be available from the South Shields branch of B&Q, the D.I.Y. retailer.

A wind turbine capable of producing 1 kilowatt of electricity will be available (but not for self assembly or diy installation), as well as roof solar panels that can be utilized to heat your cylinder of hot water and reduce your dependency on a gas boiler.

It's probably time for the Environment Secretary to pay them a visit in his capacity as constituency MP, perhaps he can pass on a few tips to the staff on the features and benefits and help them work out the size of the carbon emission reductions.

You never know, there could be a decent job for him there, should he decide to retire from politics after the next election!



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