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In late April, we brought together a panel of leading thinkers and executives from across the sector to discuss the impacts of rising interest rates on commodities in front of a live audience in New York City. This inaugural Live HC Insider Podcast event was hosted by HC Group and Brown Brothers Harriman. Where are rates headed? What does it mean for prices, traders, producers, investment and the energy transition? Our panelists were Roland Rechsteiner (Partner, McKinsey), Lewis Hart (Managing Director, BBH), Dwight Anderson (Founder, Ospraie Management), Mark Kristoff (CEO, Traxys), and Adam Rozencwajg (Managing Partner, Goehring & Rozencwajg). The panel opened with an update on rates from Scott Clemons (Chief Investment Strategist at Brown Brothers Harriman).
In this episode of the Thoughtful Entrepreneur, your host Josh Elledge speaks with the Founder & CEO at Solar Staff, Pavel Shynkarenko.Connecting with Pavel Shynkarenko, the Founder & CEO of Solar Staff, offers several benefits. As an experienced entrepreneur with over 20 years in financial and legal technologies, Pavel has a wealth of knowledge to share. He has successfully co-founded three companies, demonstrating his business development and innovation expertise. By connecting with Pavel, you can gain insights into his strategies for creating a barrier-free landscape for businesses and independent contractors. And as a speaker at major conferences, he is well-connected within the fintech industry, which could open up networking opportunities and potential collaborations for you.About Pavel Shynkarenko: Pavel is a highly experienced entrepreneur and the Founder & CEO of Solar Staff, an international fintech company dedicated to optimizing service deals between businesses and contractors. With over 20 years in financial and legal technologies, he has co-founded three successful companies to create a barrier-free landscape for businesses and independent contractors worldwide. Pavel has shared his expertise as a speaker at prestigious conferences like Web Summit, Digital Marketing Conference in Cologne, and Cebit in Hannover, showcasing his commitment to innovation and streamlined client-contractor relationships.About Solar Staff: Solar Staff is an all-in-one platform streamlining service deals between companies and contractors worldwide. With a proven track record of assisting over 1300 companies across 47 countries, Solar Staff simplifies talent onboarding, task management, payouts, and documentation. They conduct global background checks and handle tax statuses for freelancers. Tasks can be created manually or automated via API, and payments are securely held until task completion.The platform also automatically accepts deeds and invoices while maintaining confidentiality for multi-client projects. Solar Staff guarantees data security, offers API integration, and operates globally, making it an essential tool for optimizing business interactions and ensuring seamless contractor management.Tweetable Moments: 7:08 - “We're allowing agency owners to scale without having to do any of the back end work.”8:52 - “The only stress in my life comes from client relationships. So I try to structure those relationships in a way where all expectations are set beforehand. They know exactly what's going to happen, how it's going to happen, and then I don't have to worry on the back end, and they're happy with what they're getting.”Apply to be a Guest on The Thoughtful Entrepreneur: https://go.upmyinfluence.com/podcast-guestLinks Mentioned in this Episode:Want to learn more? Check out Solar Staff website at https://solar-staff.com/Check out Solar Staff on LinkedIn at https://www.linkedin.com/company/solarstaff/Check out Solar Staff on Twitter at https://twitter.com/SolarStaff_enCheck out Solar Staff on Facebook at
Show Summary Picked vs Chosen In this episode we speak with Richard Miles, again. We just love him as a guest. He's a dear friend and we talk about Mother's Day, current legislation being considered, being picked vs being chosen, and what the one thing is he would change about our legal system, if given cart blanche. Check out Miles of Freedom's website below and check out his full story on episode #2 RESOURCES MENTIONED IN THE SHOW SPONSOR Clarity Roofing and Solar: https://www.clarityroofingandsolar.com/ or Call Joe Today 469-386-9116 Expressions Property: https://expressionsproperty.com/our-charities/ Miles of Freedom's website: https://milesoffreedom.org/ Write Background Check Podcast and Forgiven Felons: PO Box 4283 Cedar Hill, TX 75106 Forgiven Felons website: https://www.forgivenfelons.org/ Watch the Forgiven Felons Documentary: https://therokuchannel.roku.com/details/7abf5e84134e54a394b5b42544c08caa/forgiven-felons/season-1 How to get more involved with Forgiven Felons: Leave a review and subscribe on iTunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/background-check-podcast/id1515831127 BUY MERCHANDISE FOR A CAUSE: https://www.forgivenfelons.org/shop Learn about our Future Plans or to DONATE A BUILDING: https://www.forgivenfelons.org/future-plans Give to our organization: https://www.forgivenfelons.org/support Follow Forgiven Felons on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter.
Brett is joined by prior co-host, Dustin Duff to discuss all things politics, locally and nationally. Together they bring the fire many of you are used to hearing from this Podcast.
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Get Opto's best content every day by subscribing to our FREE Newsletter: www.cmcmarkets.com/en/opto/newsletterToday, we have the pleasure of hosting Christie Obiaya, the CEO of Heliogen. As a leading provider of AI-enabled concentrated solar energy, Heliogen has set out on a mission to significantly reduce the impact of climate change, which Christie identifies as the "single greatest threat to humanity."During our conversation, she explains how Heliogen uses artificial intelligence in its products to ensure maximum solar thermal energy capture. She also discusses HelioFuel, which involves green hydrogen production using only concentrated solar power and water, resulting in a fuel that can replace fossil fuels in transportation, heavy equipment, and other applications. Christie shares insights into the advantages of solar thermal solutions compared to different types of renewables and a potential time horizon for the clean energy transition, highlighting why investors should consider taking part in this mission sooner rather than later and seize the opportunity to help shape a sustainable future for our planet.Christie served as CFO of Heliogen from March 2021 to February 2023, when she was named CEO, replacing company founder Bill Gross. Before joining Heliogen, she was the CFO of Bechtel Corporation between 2018 and 2021. Her earlier experience includes working on renewable energy projects in Kenya and India and serving as Senior Product Manager/Senior Engineer at Procter & Gamble. She holds a BS in Chemical Engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and an MBA from MIT's Sloan School of Management. Enjoy!Thanks to Cofruition for consulting on and producing the podcast. Want further Opto insights? Check out our daily newsletter: https://www.cmcmarkets.com/en-gb/opto/newsletter------------------Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future results.CMC Markets is an execution-only service provider. The material (whether or not it states any opinions) is for general information purposes only and does not take into account your personal circumstances or objectives. Nothing in this material is (or should be considered to be) financial, investment, or other advice on which reliance should be placed. No opinion given in the material constitutes a recommendation by CMC Markets or the author that any particular investment, security, transaction, or investment strategy is suitable for any specific person.The material has not been prepared in accordance with legal requirements designed to promote the independence of investment research. Although we are not specifically prevented from dealing before providing this material, we do not seek to take advantage of the material prior to its dissemination.CMC Markets does not endorse or offer opinions on the trading strategies used by the author. Their trading strategies do not guarantee any return and CMC Markets shall not be held responsible for any loss that you may incur, either directly or indirectly, arising from any investment based on any information contained herein for any loss that you may incur, either directly or indirectly, arising from any investment based on any information contained herein.
https://youtu.be/olF8GU7Y3NgMatt and Sean talk about the buzz around toroidal propellers and the ever evolving research.Watch the Undecided with Matt Ferrell episode, Why is this Propeller Getting So Much Attention?: https://youtu.be/UzYHO4tksTc?list=PLnTSM-ORSgi7uzySCXq8VXhodHB5B5OiQYouTube version of the podcast: https://www.youtube.com/stilltbdpodcastGet in touch: https://undecidedmf.com/podcast-feedbackSupport the show: https://pod.fan/still-to-be-determinedFollow us on Twitter: @stilltbdfm @byseanferrell @mattferrell or @undecidedmfUndecided with Matt Ferrell: https://www.youtube.com/undecidedmf ★ Support this podcast ★
Built To Go! A #Vanlife Podcast
A bit of a rant against all of the negative Vanlife conent lately. Vanlife is forever! We'll also tell you how to keep your awnings safe from wind, visit a hollow-world cult site, review solar powered lights, and have a story from the frontlines of a suicide hotline. FIND US: We're on Facebook (Built to Go Group), Instagram (@collegeofcuriosity), and we have a Discord server (invite at top of main page at builttogo.com.) Our Hollow Earth. A Place to Visit Koreshan State Park, Estero Florida https://www.floridastateparks.org/parks-and-trails/koreshan-state-park Some links are affiliate links. If you purchase anything from these links, the show will receive a small fee. This will not impact your price in any way.
Service Business Mastery - Business Tips and Strategies for the Service Industry
In this episode of Service Business Mastery, Tersh and Josh interview two Business Development Representatives from CompanyCam, Claire Ficke and Samantha Petersen, who are passionate about empowering women in various industries, including HVAC, plumbing, roofing, windows, remodeling, and solar. We highlight their experiences attending Women in HVACR events, networking, and sharing knowledge with others. We also talk about how CompanyCam's innovative app simplifies documentation and enhances collaboration for contractors, with a specific emphasis on the importance of photo documentation for project quality and marketing success in the HVACR industry. Resources And People Mentioned: Check out CompanyCam's photo and video documentation software for contractors to improve organization and streamline communication within teams. Explore CompanyCam's features like live time and cloud-based storage, allowing team members to access project information easily. Utilize CompanyCam's user-friendly app to separate professional and personal work on mobile devices. Take advantage of CompanyCam's to-do lists and task management features to ensure technicians complete all necessary steps and document their work. Attend the Women in HVACR conference to network with other professionals in the industry and learn about new tools and strategies for success. This episode is kindly sponsored by Sera (visit their website) CompanyCam (visit their website), UpFrog (visit their website) and Emerson (visit their website). Visit www.companycam.com/SBM and use code SBM for a free 2-week trial, 1:1 training and account setup, and 50% off your first two months! Join the Service Business Mastery Facebook group
Este PPPExtra es presentado por nuestros patroncitos Pymes En ElevadoresPR.com by IES Elevator Puerto Rico contamos con una gran variedad de productos para facilitar la accesibilidad en su residencia. Sus productos y trabajos: Plataforma Vertical Elevador Residencial Silla Elevador "Outdoor" ¡Ahora con FINANCIAMIENTO DISPONIBLE! para nuestras Sillas Elevadoras Residenciales con Synchrony Bank con ofertas desde 0% interés. Contamos con muchas alternativas para tu residencia o negocio. Comunícate hoy con nosotros al 787-908-3462 o en nuestras redes Facebook e Instagram. Buen regalo para el día de las madres o los padres. Regala movilidad a tus seres queridos. Ademas brindamos todo tipo de servicio para elevadores residenciales y comerciales en todo Puerto Rico 24/7 - Ecorganic Boutique, una empresa puertorriqueño que vende todo tipo de productos naturales y orgánicos para el hogar y para las personas, niños, niñas y mascotas. En Ecorganic encontrarás las mejores marcas, sin ingredientes tóxicos ni dañinos para el ambiente. Cupón de descuento para los que sintonizan PPP: 15% de descuento código: PPP. Conoce sus productos ecorganicboutique.com. Síguelos en las redes sociales como Ecorganic Boutique. Gracias Ecorganic Boutique. - Bright International Investments ofrece servicios relacionados a las finanzas. Específicamente creamos y manejamos carteras de portafolios de inversión a clientes particulares que deseen invertir su dinero en la Bolsa de Valores de Nueva York. Tú haces la inversión y nosotros nos encargamos del resto. Este 2023 sácale dinero a tu dinero y hazte cargo de tu futuro. ¡Bright International Investments es tu solución! ¡Por un futuro brillante! Para más información visita brightinternationalinvestments.com brightinternationalinvestments.com - ¿Estas interesado en energía solar para tu casa, pero tiene dudas, preguntas o inquietudes? ¿Te interesaría aprender cómo funciona un sistema de energía solar y cómo puedes beneficiarte del mismo? Puedes coordinar una consulta con nuestro patroncito consultor de Windmar Home José Vázquez. Es gratis, libre de compromisos, y te van a hablar claro. Windmar es la compañía líder de la industria con más de 20 años de establecida y más de 40k hogares energizados ya. ¡Oriéntate hoy! Puedes coordinar una consulta texteando “SOLAR” al 40691, escribiendo al (787) 629-8657 o registrándote en: windmarjosevazquez.mymobisite.us/ En este episodio hablamos con los popukids Luis Balbino el niño genio y Swanny Enit Vargas presidenta de la Juventud del PPD sobre lo que no sabemos pasó el domingo en la elección presidencial. Revelan numeritos, datos y quien posiblemente prevalecerá en la elección al finalizar el recuento. También llegan a este PPP Extra dos miembros de nuestra comunidad del Patreon a responder y aclarar algunos puntos macharranes discutidos en el último episodio, también problematizamos sobre Karol G y el empoderamiento femenino en Puerto Rico, crianza de niñas y los OnVres Changuitos y Mangazones. Suscríbete a nuestro Patreon y recibe contenido exclusivo, artículos: https://patreon.com/puestospalproblemaSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On Today's Episode: Solar and storage expert Tim Montague's tagline is “to help speed the energy transition”. He's helped hundreds if not thousands of people through his work as a Commercial & Industrial (C&I) Solar Developer, a green business consultant, and as the host of the podcast, Clean Power Hour, producing over 300 episodes! Tim's been a featured speaker on our Quarterly cleantech podcasters roundtable, in our RE+ Media Zone and on numerous stages, but this is his first time on SunCast (so how bout a round of applause!) ;-)In this interview, we tease out the initial spark that led Tim to make a career shift into the solar industry. From an energy fair in New Mexico as a boy, to his deep involvement in the clean energy transition in Illinois, Tim's passion for sustainability and solar are more than skin deep. Tim shares some excellent advice on how he has been able to accelerate his knowledge in the solar industry, especially within the challenging C&I sector. Over the course of his journey, he's become a go-to expert for C&I development. In fact, as we touch on in this conversation, he was asked by the folks at Heatspring to curate two courses of his own to help those solar professionals who want to venture into the relatively untapped market of commercial & industrial sales.Tim Montague's wealth of knowledge stems from his insatiable curiosity and the fact that he is still active as a Solar Project Developer for the global power company EDPR. But as we have discussed in recent episodes (ironically with another EDPR employee!) Tim also gets the importance of personal branding and sharing knowledge with your peers which is why he has dedicated so much time outside his day job to creating his own podcast. Tim is intentional about leaving a legacy that will help others, and this episode is one that I hope adds to the cannon.Enjoy! If you want to connect with today's guest(s), you'll find links to their contact info in the show notes on the blog at https://mysuncast.com/suncast-episodes/.SunCast is presented by Sungrow, the world's most bankable inverter brand.You can learn more about all the sponsors who help make this show free for you at www.mysuncast.com/sponsors.Remember, you can always find resources, learn more about today's guest(s) and explore recommendations, book links, and more than 590 other founder stories and startup advice at www.mysuncast.com.You can connect with me, Nico Johnson, on:Twitter - https://www.twitter.com/nicomeoLinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/nickalus
DailyQuarks – Dein täglicher Wissenspodcast
Außerdem: Bleaching - Macht es Zähne schöner oder kaputt? / Fünf neue Windräder pro Tag - Wo können sie hin? (07:10) / Stromfresser KI? - Der ökologische Fußabdruck von ChatGPT & Co. (14:20) / Mehr spannende Themen wissenschaftlich eingeordnet findet Ihr hier: www.quarks.de // Kritik, Fragen? Schreibt uns! --> email@example.com Von Strüwing Yvonne.
Living Free in Tennessee - Nicole Sauce
Today we talk about military fitness test degradation, solar and resilience, greenhouse heating ideas, and methane producing digesters Jack Spirko and John Willis. Featured Event: Paul Wheaton's Permaculture Technology Jamboree, July 3-14 https://wheaton-labs.com/permaculture-tech/?f=496 Sponsor 1: Strong Roots Resources (StrongRootsResources.com) Sponsor 2: Radio Made Easy, Zero to Hero with Ham Radio https://selfreliancefestival.com/product/zero-to-hero-radio-operator-course/?aff=nicolesauce Show Resources Special Operations Equipment Living Free in Tennessee The Survival Podcast Main content of the show Exit and Build Land Summit https://livefree.academy/op/exit-and-build-land-summit-iii-registration/?ref=183 Make it a great week! GUYS! Don't forget about the cookbook, Cook With What You Have by Nicole Sauce and Mama Sauce. Community FreeSteading Group: https://freesteading.com/groups/living-free-in-tennessee/ Mewe Group: https://mewe.com/join/lftn Telegram Group: https://t.me/LFTNGroup Odysee: https://odysee.com/$/invite/@livingfree:b Twitter: @nicolesauce IG: @nicolesauce Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/LivingFreeInTN Resources Membership Sign Up Holler Roast Coffee Harvest Right Affiliate Link
Welcome to the Clean Power Hour! When land is scarce and you need to maximize the density of solar panels per acre of ground, there are some unique innovations happening in the racking space. One such product is the PEG high-density solar racking system developed by Jurchen Technology. In episode 141 of the Clean Power Hour podcast, host Tim Montague interviews Matthew Lusk, VP of Business Development at PEG Solar Racking, and discusses their solar panel mounting system, the PEG. Lusk describes the features and benefits of the PEG, including its unique low to the ground, east-west, high-ground cover ration (GCR), accessibility, maintenance, and vegetation management capabilities, as well as its potential for use in brownfield sites and hydrogen production.Lusk also shares that PEG Solar Racking is working on automating the pile installation process and that they have a working prototype in development. Additionally, Jurchen Technology, a German company with offices in California and India, is advancing the technology to bring it to global markets. Montague and Lusk also discuss the future of solar energy and how the decreasing cost of solar panels will impact the use of solar trackers versus fixed-tilt systems, with Lusk predicting that the PEG will eventually replace trackers. Overall, this episode highlights the innovative solutions and collaborations in the solar industry that are advancing sustainable energy and driving progress toward a clean energy future.Key TakeawaysMathew Lusk's background in solarWhat Jurchen Technology doesJurchen Technology's PEG systemHow PEG works and how it could disrupt trackersJurchen TechnologyConnect with Matthew LuskFollow Jurchen Technology US Connect with Tim Clean Power Hour Clean Power Hour on YouTube Tim on Twitter Tim on LinkedIn Email firstname.lastname@example.org Review Clean Power Hour on Apple PodcastsThe Clean Power Hour is produced by the Clean Power Consulting Group and created by Tim Montague. Please subscribe on your favorite audio platform and on Youtube: bit.ly/cph-sub | www.CleanPowerHour.com | Contact us by email: CleanPowerHour@gmail.com | Speeding the energy transition! Corporate sponsors who share our mission to speed the energy transition are invited to check out https://www.cleanpowerhour.com/support/Twice a week we highlight the tools, technologies, and innovators that are making the clean energy transition a reality - on Apple,The Clean Power Hour is brought to you by CPS America, maker of North America's number one 3-phase string inverter, with over 6GW shipped in the US. With a focus on commercial and utility-scale solar and energy storage, the company partners with customers to provide unparalleled performance ...
Listen to a recap of the top stories of the day from Electrek. Quick Charge is available now on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, TuneIn and our RSS feed for Overcast and other podcast players. New episodes of Quick Charge are recorded Monday through Thursday and again on Saturday. Subscribe to our podcast in Apple Podcast or your favorite podcast player to guarantee new episodes are delivered as soon as they're available. Stories we discuss in this episode (with links): Tesla breaks ground at new Lithium Refinery, aims to support 1 million electric cars Elon Musk says Tesla will give everyone free month of Full Self-Driving, but not yet Tesla is building a crash test lab in Austin Tesla changes course with Full Self-Driving to introduce end-to-end AI in v12, says Musk Lucid offers Tesla owners test drive at Supercharger, angering Tesla fans Fisker opens two new customer spaces in Germany, CEO claims its first Ocean delivery https://youtu.be/Qdj4--BeSnY Subscribe to the Electrek Daily Channel on Youtube so you never miss a day of news Follow Mikey: Twitter @Mikey_Electric Listen & Subscribe: Apple Podcasts Spotify TuneIn Share your thoughts! Drop us a line at email@example.com. You can also rate us in Apple Podcasts or recommend us in Overcast to help more people discover the show!
How to Scale Commercial Real Estate
Today's guest is Tom Wheelwright Tom is a CPA, CEO of WealthAbility®, Rich Dad Advisor, entrepreneur, international speaker, the bestselling author of Tax-Free Wealth and The Win-Win Wealth Strategy. Join Sam and Tom in today's episode. -------------------------------------------------------------- [0:00] Intro [0:51] The 3 questions [1:57] Scaling CPA firms [5:38] Things to hyperfocus on now [10:08] Cost segregation firms [12:09] Solar opportunities [20:05] Doing well / Making mistakes [24:41] Closing -------------------------------------------------------------- Connect with Tom: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/4wealthability/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/WealthAbility Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/tom_wheelwright/ Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/company/wealthability/ Web: https://wealthability.com/ Connect with Sam: I love helping others place money outside of traditional investments that both diversify a strategy and provide solid predictable returns. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/HowtoscaleCRE/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/samwilsonhowtoscalecre/ Email me → firstname.lastname@example.org SUBSCRIBE and LEAVE A RATING. Listen to How To Scale Commercial Real Estate Investing with Sam Wilson Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/how-to-scale-commercial-real-estate/id1539979234 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/4m0NWYzSvznEIjRBFtCgEL?si=e10d8e039b99475f -------------------------------------------------------------- Want to read the full show notes of the episode? Check it out below: 00:00:00:00 - 00:00:22:07 Tom Wheelwright If you're in a location, if you have commercial property in a location that gets decent sunshine and you're not doing in solar, you're missing out on one of the easiest ways to make money there is right now. I mean, consider you get a 30% tax credit and with 80% bonus depreciation, you get a 65% tax deduction. 00:00:22:23 - 00:00:29:04 Intro Welcome to the How to Scale Commercial Real Estate Show. Whether you are an active or passive investor. We'll teach you how to scale your real estate. Investing business into something big. 00:00:31:16 - 00:00:49:04 Sam Wilson Tom Wheelwright is a tax and wealth expert. He's a CPA CEO of Wealth Ability. He's a rich dad, advisor, an entrepreneur, international speaker, and the bestselling author of Tax Free Wealth and the Win Win Well Strategy. Tom, welcome to the show. 00:00:49:23 - 00:00:51:12 Tom Wheelwright Thanks for having me, Sam. It's great to be with you. 00:00:51:16 - 00:01:01:16 Sam Wilson Absolutely, Tom. The pleasure's mine. There are three questions I ask every guest who comes on the show in 90 seconds or less. Can you tell me, where did you start? Where are you now and how did you get there? 00:01:02:16 - 00:01:34:20 Tom Wheelwright Well, I started as I grew up in Salt Lake City, Utah, so I actually spent two years as a mormon missionary in Paris learning how to get rejected in French, which was kind of my start in entrepreneurship, and then started with Ernst and Young and built run sold CPA firms for the last 30 years. So right now, currently running a network of CPA firms around the U.S. So we have over 60 CPA firms throughout the U.S.. 00:01:35:23 - 00:01:57:06 Sam Wilson Wow. That's that's a lot bigger than what I even understood here. You know, talking to you before you came on the show. So you have I would say then you have a comprehensive understanding of what it means to build and scale businesses among real estate holdings probably as well. So that's that's really, really fascinating. Building and scaling CPA firms. 00:01:57:17 - 00:02:07:11 Sam Wilson What's the need in the industry? I would think inside the United States that, you know, every town has its fair share of CPA firms. How are you finding opportunity in that space right now? 00:02:07:15 - 00:02:38:08 Tom Wheelwright Well, the challenge is, is that CPAs, we have a weird industry. We sell something that people don't want and we give away something they do want. So we sell tax returns, financial statements. Nobody really would do a tax return if you didn't have to. People need them, but they don't want them. And CPAs don't do a very good job of providing tax advice. 00:02:38:16 - 00:02:59:16 Tom Wheelwright They're they'll respond to your questions, but they really do not understand the tax law very well. And they do not do a good job of of really taking a proactive approach to helping their clients reduce their taxes, which there are thousands of ways to do it. And most CPAs, unfortunately, don't do that. So it actually makes it for a pretty blue ocean for us. 00:03:00:03 - 00:03:12:18 Sam Wilson Yeah, I would. I would think so. Speaking of on on the blue ocean, the term blue print comes to mind. It sounds like you guys have figured out a way to move into a city, set up an office. Here's how you do it. What's what is that playbook. 00:03:12:18 - 00:03:38:22 Tom Wheelwright For you, you know? Well, you know, we do we don't set up offices. We've actually we've actually brought in members into our network that are established CPA firms. And what we do is we train them and we provide a system for them. And then we we do some marketing and sales for them. So we're actually we're actually their resource to be a better CPA firm. 00:03:39:07 - 00:04:00:02 Sam Wilson Got it. Got it. And you mentioned there the two things, you know, that I think a lot of times and certainly been mostly my experience is that the tax planning, the tax the CPA side of it is a very reactive business. What do you guys do in order to make it in, make it and make that a proactive, engage with your clients before that tax bill comes due? 00:04:00:09 - 00:04:01:11 Sam Wilson What's that look like? 00:04:02:04 - 00:04:30:20 Tom Wheelwright We do a couple of things actually unique to us. First of all, with every new client, we actually build build out a long term plan of action for the long term strategy. We find out take a very holistic approach. We look at their we look at really four areas of their finances. We look at their wealth. What are they going to do with their money, which some you specialize in? 00:04:30:20 - 00:04:53:22 Tom Wheelwright I know we look at their tax, income tax, but we also look at their asset protection and their estate planning because you want to take a very broad picture if you really want to understand a client. And then we really focus on all the positive incentives in the Internal Revenue Code instead of worrying about the IRS is going to come get us. 00:04:53:22 - 00:05:14:09 Tom Wheelwright So we're looking for those things that the government wants us to do, things that they want us to invest in. Real estate being one of those and which one do they want to invest in? And if they're willing to do what basically partner with the government as an act to partner with the government will show them how to seriously lower their taxes. 00:05:15:03 - 00:05:38:08 Sam Wilson And that's the I like the I like the way you said that the positive incentives that are out there because yeah, I mean, so many of us we want to avoid like, oh, it's, you know, I want to make sure that I don't get hit with that tax or get hit with this tax. But you're kind of turning that on its head and saying, how do we how do we actually work alongside the incentives that are being placed out there to make this a more favorable outcome for us? 00:05:38:08 - 00:05:51:24 Sam Wilson Let's talk about those two or three things maybe that are on the top of your mind that you would say are some of the things that people should be thinking about right now. What's a what's a hyper focus, maybe for you and or your firms? You say, hey, here's advantages that that can be had at the moment. 00:05:52:17 - 00:06:28:13 Tom Wheelwright Well, we do a lot of work with real estate investors. Really. Our primary specialty is entrepreneurs who also invest in real estate and real estate. Of course, that has had huge tax advantages for the last several years with bonus depreciation, right? Where we get to not just take it over 27 half years or 39 years and commercial property, but we actually can take a deduction for things like the contents of the building, the land improvements on the building. 00:06:28:13 - 00:06:54:08 Tom Wheelwright We can take that deduction immediately. So what that means is that for a typical investor, if if there is let's say you got a 75% loan to value, you're probably going to get a deduction equal to the amount of your investment. Right. And that's a big deal. I mean, you can put $100,000 into an investment and get $100,000 deduction. 00:06:54:08 - 00:07:16:23 Tom Wheelwright That's pretty cool. Only in the last few years. So we've been will do that in the U.S. in real estate. It it's gone down this year so we were at 100% prior to this year. And then this year we're 80% about bonus depreciation. But remember, we still get the rest of the depreciation, so forth. But what I find is, is that invest ers and a lot of syndicators do this. 00:07:17:06 - 00:07:40:08 Tom Wheelwright They don't do a cost segregation, which is required technically it's required by law anyway. The IRS doesn't enforce that law, but it is required. And and what they don't do is go hire an engineer with a CPA and go out and actually do a real detailed analysis. And because of that, they end up leaving a lot of money on the table. 00:07:40:13 - 00:07:59:20 Tom Wheelwright As you know, I think the most important thing in real estate is cash. And you got cash to make the next deal. Right. And so you want your cash early. You don't want to be you want to be giving your money to the government to hold on for you. Right? You want to actually be using that money to invest. 00:07:59:20 - 00:08:19:12 Tom Wheelwright Marissa And frankly, they do too. I mean, that's the whole purpose of this incentive is so that the government is saying, look, if you will go out and invest your money and do it the way we tell you to do it, then we will actually provide that cash will help you with that cash flow. You don't have to pay taxes now. 00:08:19:12 - 00:08:51:21 Tom Wheelwright You can pay taxes later, maybe never depending on how serious you are as an investor. But definitely what we want is we know that commercial property, we know that industrial property, we know that agricultural, we know that housing, these are all necessary and important to the economy in the United States, that they're necessary aspects to our economy. And so we want to make sure that we take advantage of those and do the things that the government really saying. 00:08:51:21 - 00:09:12:03 Tom Wheelwright These are not these are loopholes, these aren't mistakes. We're not avoiding taxes. We are doing what the government has said is the law and that's actually one of the things that I'm really high on my mind right now, because we have so many people talking about the rich don't pay tax and they're not paying their fair share, which is they pay all of it. 00:09:12:08 - 00:09:36:22 Tom Wheelwright So that's hard to stomach that they don't pay their fair share because really the rich do pay most of the taxes and that, you know, somehow they're, you know, cheating. Well, I'll tell you what my my experience is. It's not frequently the rich people. I'm sure there are rich people who cheat on their taxes. But honestly, serious investors don't ever need to cheat because there are so many tax incentives. 00:09:37:20 - 00:09:50:22 Tom Wheelwright So I think that cost segregation and just taking advantage of that bonus to break depreciation is number one in my book right now. I just think so many people I'm seeing so many people not do it. 00:09:52:02 - 00:09:57:01 Sam Wilson That's why like, I mean, that seems like the lowest hanging fruit for any of us. 00:09:57:10 - 00:09:58:01 Tom Wheelwright Doesn't it? 00:09:58:05 - 00:10:07:15 Sam Wilson Yeah, even even in residential real estate. Like if you're a residential real estate investor, you can still get a court segregation study done. And in that. 00:10:07:15 - 00:10:07:22 Tom Wheelwright Yep. 00:10:08:00 - 00:10:28:05 Sam Wilson And it's not that expensive. I mean, really. Right. But let's talk about maybe that for a minute because I will say I've had, uh, varied successes with cost segregation reports. They can be wildly different, one firm to the next. 00:10:28:05 - 00:10:28:15 Tom Wheelwright They can. 00:10:28:19 - 00:10:38:16 Sam Wilson Same exact property. How does an investor know when they're dealing with a good cost segregation firm? 00:10:38:16 - 00:11:01:20 Tom Wheelwright Well, I think you can take some good rules of thumb to begin with. So on your bonus depreciation and you know, I think as a rule of thumb, you are your the contents of your building are probably going to be somewhere between 15 to 20% of the value of the building and the land improvements going to be another 5 to 10%. 00:11:01:20 - 00:11:24:22 Tom Wheelwright So you could be anywhere from 20 to 30% in that category if you're down below that, then I would be concerned. If you're up above that, I'd also be concerned. So you got to I see on both ends, of course, because like we like to say is that in in taxes, pigs are cute and hogs get slaughtered. So you have to be you want to be a little careful. 00:11:24:22 - 00:11:41:16 Tom Wheelwright But I really think that the most important thing, of course, you get a good referral, you get either from your CPA or somebody actually preferably your CPA because they actually know the industry and they're probably going to be the best. They're going to probably be the best referral source for you. 00:11:41:24 - 00:12:09:00 Sam Wilson Yeah. Yeah, absolutely. Absolutely. Yeah. That's that's a big thing. And even even an 80% bonus depreciation still, that's really strong. And something that I'm surprised to learn from you that that real estate investors, commercial real estate investors aren't taking advantage of that, that that truly blows my mind because that just seems so easy. Another one maybe that I think you and I talked about off air here is the solar. 00:12:09:03 - 00:12:13:11 Sam Wilson You said that there is good opportunity in solar right now. Please. 00:12:13:11 - 00:12:40:09 Tom Wheelwright Oh, my detail. If you're if you're in a if you're in a location, if you have commercial property in a location that gets decent sunshine and you're not doing in solar, you're missing out on one of the easiest ways to make money there is right now. I mean, consider you get a 30% tax credit and with 80% bonus depreciation and you get a 65% tax deduction. 00:12:40:09 - 00:13:06:14 Tom Wheelwright So you basically get so you get the 30% right off the top. So if you put $100,000 on a small commercial building, you know, okay, there's your example. I just did it on my building. And you did a that's $30,000 off the top of your taxes, right. And then 80% of 85% of the $100,000, which is about 65%. 00:13:06:14 - 00:13:38:24 Tom Wheelwright Okay. But that's just how it works, is 80% of 85% gets bonus depreciation. And then we actually get a haircut as the credit. But that's about 65%. Well, if you're in a 40% tax bracket, that's a pretty big number. That's actually bigger than the credit. So really what's going on is the government is saying, well, we'll pay for about two thirds of your solar and then what you're doing is you're reducing your own costs. 00:13:38:24 - 00:14:13:15 Tom Wheelwright Because here's the key, I think to solar. You need to make sure that you're not selling that power to the grid. You want to make sure that you're using that power. And if you're using that power, you're getting retail prices for it because that's something you're not pain, right? So you're getting retail prices. I know on our on my building, my return on investment is going to be somewhere in the neighborhood of 20 to 22% while on an annual because of that because of the tax benefits. 00:14:13:15 - 00:14:36:07 Sam Wilson Wow. That's I hadn't thought about the bonus depreciation side of that equation because this is something that we're working through right now on several properties and evaluating those and going, okay, so we put solar, you get the 30%. And then but I hadn't I hadn't put that bonus depreciation part back into that equation to see how how much sense that does make. 00:14:36:12 - 00:14:50:04 Sam Wilson One of the other things that I'm learning here is that there's even like I know one of the buildings we were looking at has it has an even other there's other economic bonuses inside of that because there's. 00:14:50:08 - 00:15:12:21 Tom Wheelwright That there are so so for example, first of all, with the solar, sometimes the you local utility will give you credits and they'll give you a rebate. So there's money there. Sometimes you're just your municipality will give you a rebate or your state. Remember, you got state taxes too, and bonus depreciation counts against state taxes as well in most states. 00:15:13:02 - 00:15:52:04 Tom Wheelwright Yeah. So that's an additional amount that you've got. You know, there are other things you can do. Of course the building, whether it's windows or, you know, other things, they're not nearly as impactful on your taxes as the solar. But remember, the batteries count, too, and the batteries are a key component because solar without batteries is marginal. But solar with batteries is really good because now you got you've got that storage so that if without that, you're actually ending up selling a lot of it to the grid because during your high production times, you can't use it. 00:15:52:04 - 00:16:10:05 Tom Wheelwright All right? And you need it when it's when the sun's not out. So you can store that in your battery. I've got a couple of batteries in my house. I've got batteries with my in my commercial property. And the batteries, I will tell you, there is they're as important as the solar panels. 00:16:10:05 - 00:16:29:00 Sam Wilson That's really interesting. Yeah. Because it you know, the direct consumption model works, I guess, to a certain point. But I would only imagine, like you said, that the battery stored in the back end is one of those things that that really makes the whole thing whole thing go round, you know, and there's differences, from what I understand in between some states are net metering. 00:16:29:00 - 00:16:44:14 Sam Wilson I don't think Tennessee is a net metering state. So I think like here I've learned this all here recently as we've been examining these products going, okay, so they're going to sell it just to sell it to us on the grid at $0.12 a kilowatt hour or whatever it is, I don't know. It was close to these numbers. 00:16:44:14 - 00:16:49:10 Sam Wilson And then if it goes back to the grid, they're only giving us $0.05 a kilowatt hour. 00:16:49:10 - 00:17:13:18 Tom Wheelwright Right? Right. So so you want to going back to the grid, you want to be using all of your solar. And if you've got a tenant, then what you want to make sure of is that the tenant's paying you, right? So you actually are set up so that the tenants because it because of the tenant normally pays for the solar for their power, then you're not getting any benefit right from that. 00:17:13:18 - 00:17:21:06 Tom Wheelwright Right. So what you have to do is you actually have to set it up so that you build a tenant for their power and the utility bills. 00:17:21:06 - 00:17:40:17 Sam Wilson You Yeah, well that makes sense. That makes a lot of sense. Do you know, are there this sounds like it's getting more challenging but are there I would imagine there are software programs and things that you can build in that help you calculate that and you're not going out to meters and writing things down, trying to figure out what the tenant actually bills you do. 00:17:40:17 - 00:17:41:13 Sam Wilson You know anything about that? 00:17:42:05 - 00:17:57:24 Tom Wheelwright Well, you would actually. Yeah. You actually do your own effectively your own meter so that you are you are actually taking advantage of and knowing what they're using and you're billing them, you know, whatever the whatever the normal utility rate is. 00:17:58:11 - 00:18:29:16 Sam Wilson Right. No, that's very cool. I like that. And this goes back to the positive incentive things because this is what somebody mentioned here to me recently. They said, look, they figured out that it's cheaper and probably a faster implementation because our our electric grid is so old. I mean, it's so old. They're said it's cheaper for homeowners to put in businesses, to put solar on their roofs and help offset the cost of upgrading the infrastructure and producing more electricity, give it to them and then put some massive incentives on it. 00:18:29:16 - 00:18:39:17 Sam Wilson And maybe that'll help kind of stave off the need for immediate, you know, reworking of the entire electrical grid. I mean, is that does that sound in keeping with what you heard? 00:18:39:17 - 00:19:08:15 Tom Wheelwright I think I think for sure there's that. And I'm, you know, the I mean, the the big problem is, is that if you're looking at from a math standpoint and you're talking about energy usage, solar is not entirely predictable. Right. But with your you know, with your own property, you're much better predicting that. Right? You know what it's going to have you know what your usage is. 00:19:08:15 - 00:19:30:03 Tom Wheelwright So it's really it's almost like like, you know how blockchain is distributed right out to the end. And Bitcoin, that's what makes Bitcoin work. Well, this is really just your distributing out to the end user. And I think when the end user takes care of it, then then the utility just doesn't have nearly as much that they have to produce. 00:19:30:12 - 00:19:48:07 Tom Wheelwright They don't, they, they can now use their, their established energy for, you know, for those special occasions when it's really cold or really hot. You know, so that they can maximize and don't have to build so much. 00:19:48:14 - 00:20:05:03 Sam Wilson Right? Right, right. No, that's really, really cool. Tom learned a lot here today. Let's let's take a look really over the lifetime of your career, I want to ask probably maybe some more, you know, things you've done right, things you've done wrong. You've built a lot of businesses. You've been a lot involved in a ton of real estate. 00:20:05:10 - 00:20:17:00 Sam Wilson You've done a lot of things over the years. So if there was one thing that you feel like you've done really well in your career and maybe one thing you feel like that was a mistake that our listeners could learn from, what would those things be? 00:20:18:00 - 00:21:02:08 Tom Wheelwright Oh, wow. I mean, there's it's so hard to pull from all those different mistakes because I've made so many, you know, I think the one thing that I've done really well is understood. I've learned what I really am good at and what I'm not good at, and I've stuck with doing what I'm good at. I find that the mistakes I make tend to be doing things I'm not good at or thinking, Oh, you know, well, this is tangentially related to so I'll go, you know, I'll go kind of my tone to that and I mean, for example, a good example was I was I got my series seven securities license years ago because I'm going, 00:21:02:08 - 00:21:27:12 Tom Wheelwright well, you know, financial planning tax go right together, right? Yeah. But the thing is, is that I realized pretty quick that that's a whole separate industry. And I don't want to I can't be really good at both tax and financial planning. Can't do it. So I very much find that the old saying a niche will make you rich. 00:21:27:23 - 00:21:54:08 Tom Wheelwright It's been very successful. I, the real estate investors I know who are super successful, they are very niche real estate investors. I met one yesterday literally. I met one yesterday that he specializes in small bay industrial properties, 2000 square foot base. So these are industrial properties. These are like, you know, like these are cabinet makers, people like that. 00:21:54:08 - 00:22:21:01 Tom Wheelwright Right. That's all he does. He's he's worth a fortune. He's made a fortune in that specialized area of investing. And he doesn't go outside of it any. And he stays in his. Yeah. He can expand his market, you know, his location a little bit, but he stays in his in that business. So for example, we build we have software, but it's software for our CPAs to use for the clients we have. 00:22:21:15 - 00:22:41:10 Tom Wheelwright So we have a software business, we have real estate, but the real estate is commercial real estate, the houses in our CPAs and and our business. So we don't stray from what we're really good at. And that's where we've been. That's where I've actually been most successful. And where I've been least successful is probably getting into things that I'm just not good at. 00:22:41:10 - 00:22:54:07 Tom Wheelwright Like I'm not a really good manager, I'm a much better leader than a manager. And so for me to be the manager is really bad idea and people are not going to like it. I'm going to cause problems. 00:22:55:02 - 00:23:12:20 Sam Wilson So I like it. I like it. That sound advice certainly appreciate you taking the time to share those. And that's I mean, yeah, that's that's something that, you know, like all of us can relate to, especially the the one about focus. I mean, just zero in in and stay in there. And that's a challenge. That's a challenge for, I think, all of us. 00:23:12:20 - 00:23:19:06 Sam Wilson And anyway it is. Yeah. I mean, especially as an entrepreneur, we only see opportunity. It's like, oh. 00:23:19:14 - 00:23:42:03 Tom Wheelwright Exactly, exactly. So literally, I'm an event, a mastermind group yesterday with 80 entrepreneurs. Right. And they're all doing different things. They all sound so exciting. They're great. And I, I actually talk to one that is doing something that I've been interested in. Well, he's like light years beyond. I mean, it would take us years and we'd never catch up, right? 00:23:42:05 - 00:24:00:01 Tom Wheelwright And I'm going, so let him do it. Right, right. We're way ahead in our industry. And, you know, we're taking on an industry that, you know, take, you know, taking on something that you're good at, that you really enjoy, that you thrive doing. I think that's what makes life great. 00:24:00:08 - 00:24:17:10 Sam Wilson Yeah, absolutely. Absolutely. And that that that brings you know, that's full circle to the idea of becoming a passive investor. Hey, if you want to you want to participate in that cool business, let me be a capital provider and you go and I'll just watch. I'll get your monthly report and it won't take any bandwidth from it. 00:24:17:10 - 00:24:23:04 Tom Wheelwright So that's I do a lot of that. I now do a lot of passive investing for that reason. 00:24:23:05 - 00:24:41:15 Sam Wilson Right, right. Because you can scale into things that you're interested in experts. Right, without being the expert. So that's very, very cool. Tom I've enjoyed certainly our conversation today. Thank you for taking the time to come on the show and really give us some insight into where we can be taking advantage of the positive incentives that are inside of the tax code. 00:24:41:20 - 00:24:52:04 Sam Wilson Learned a lot from you, learned from your mistakes and the things that you have done certainly really well. Thank you again for coming on. If our listeners want to get in touch with you and learn more about you and or your books, what is the best way to do that? 00:24:53:00 - 00:25:12:22 Tom Wheelwright Really best what I do is just go to our website well stability dot com and we're happy to evaluate your prior your tax return earns take a look at them see if there's something that we can do if if we can raise it if there if we can't we will let you know. We only like happy clients. 00:25:13:05 - 00:25:20:07 Sam Wilson Fantastic wealth ability dot com. We make sure we include that there in the show notes. Thank you again, Tom. Certainly appreciate it. 00:25:20:07 - 00:25:20:16 Tom Wheelwright Thank you. 00:25:21:23 - 00:25:43:08 Sam Wilson Hey, thanks for listening to the How to Scale Commercial Real Estate Podcast. If you can do me a favor and subscribe and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, whatever platform it is you use to listen. If you can do that for us, that would be a fantastic help to the show. It helps us both attract new listeners as well as rank higher on those directories. 00:25:43:08 - 00:25:46:14 Sam Wilson So appreciate you listening. Thanks so much and hope to catch you on the next episode.
In this episode of Flanigan's Eco-Logic, Ted speaks with Sean Armstrong, Managing Principal at Redwood Energy.Sean has worked for 25 years in building electrification, designed the retrofit and new construction of more than 25,000 all-electric residences for disadvantaged populations, co-authored five practical guides to building electrification, provided legal and technical support to dozens of gas bans nationwide, helped develop the 2016, 2019, 2022, and 2025 Title 24 California Energy Codes, and has received sustainable design awards from the United Nations, the U.S. Department of Energy, and the SoCal Building Industry Association.He and Ted discuss his background, being a committed environmentalist since the age of 13, growing up in rural Wisconsin as genderqueer, moving to California to flee violence violence directed toward his sexuality, gender identity, and gender expression, and attending Humboldt State University, where he found his passion for sustainability and was trained in radical activism. Sean shares his life-changing experience where he lived in the Campus Center for Appropriate Technology (CCAT), a student-run demonstration house that was off-grid (solar, wind, biodiesel and batteries), before diving into his works in California's affordable housing market. He highlights his work at Redwood Energy, North America's #1 producer (per NBI/NZEC master list) of all-electric, 100+ percent solar housing from 2015-2020. Sean's winning formula is combining all electric solar powered designs with affordable housing developments. According to him, this helps developers become more profitable because electric design is cheaper to build and there are incentives for affordable housing.
Hurry up and wait.We launched the Factor This! podcast one year ago — May 9, 2022 — to share a fresh and introspective account of the Auxin Solar tariff petition.It's been a dark cloud hanging over the solar industry ever since—delaying projects and dampening enthusiasm around the Inflation Reduction Act.May 2023, for better or worse, was supposed to restore certainty at last with a final determination from the Commerce Department. But that ruling was punted to August, yet again drawing out the industry's prolonged panic attack.Episode 47 of the Factor This! podcast features an interview with Tim Brightbill, a partner and co-chair for the international trade practice at DC law firm Wiley Rein. He's also an adjunct international trade law professor at Georgetown.Brightbill broke down the latest in the Auxin case and where it goes from here. Plus, a look back on the exclusive interview with Auxin Solar CEO Mamun Rashid that established the Factor This! as a must-listen for the solar industry.That's all next on Factor This!After a year of producing Factor This, we want to hear from you. Let us know what you've liked and how we can improve. Do you want more frequent episodes? Different topics? Click the link in the episode description to fill out our first audience survey. And help make Factor This the best it can be.
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Listen to a recap of the top stories of the day from Electrek. Quick Charge is available now on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, TuneIn and our RSS feed for Overcast and other podcast players. New episodes of Quick Charge are recorded Monday through Thursday and again on Saturday. Subscribe to our podcast in Apple Podcast or your favorite podcast player to guarantee new episodes are delivered as soon as they're available. Stories we discuss in this episode (with links): Tesla is building a new ‘Lithium Lab' in Nevada Tesla reintroduces Model 3 Long Range in US… with Chinese cells? Get a Tesla if you want to learn about AI trying to kill you, says Apple cofounder Steve Wozniak Rivian R1S SUV joins its R1T sibling as another IIHS Top Safety Pick+ – watch it get smashed Porsche Taycan due for a ‘very steep' production ramp after Q1 delivery decline Volvo's 2024 EV models include RWD for first time in a quarter century, plus range increases https://youtu.be/iXifW8Cz3yE Subscribe to the Electrek Daily Channel on Youtube so you never miss a day of news Follow Mikey: Twitter @Mikey_Electric Listen & Subscribe: Apple Podcasts Spotify TuneIn Share your thoughts! Drop us a line at email@example.com. You can also rate us in Apple Podcasts or recommend us in Overcast to help more people discover the show!
Welcome to the SWFL Business Podcast, where we interview business owners in the Southwest Florida area to learn about their business and where they're heading.Today's guests are Connery Schiebel and Jenifer Kempka from Universal Contracting & Solar.In this episode, Connery and Jen dive into the world of roofing and contracting, and the impact of Hurricane Ian on those industries. They outline some of the different kinds of roofs, as well as what people can expect when buying a new roof.They put together a guide on what consumers need to know before getting a new roof: https://www.ucroof.net/optin1678906434007Visit Universal Contracting's website: https://www.ucroof.comShow Universal Contracting some love on Instagram @ucroofShow us some love on Instagram @swflpodcastsListen on Apple Podcasts: https://apple.co/3NYks1FListen on Spotify: https://spoti.fi/3x1rufIWatch on YouTube: https://bit.ly/3j69E3gWant to be a guest on the show? Book an intro call here: https://calendly.com/cheineproductions/interview-introLike what you hear? Want to have your own podcast produced in the Bonita Springs, FL area? Visit www.swflpodcasts.com to learn more.
A 25-year solar lease program could help low income families save money on their energy bills. A law in New York will protect the remains of Indigenous people. A former Fairfield official has been found guilty of illegal dumping. And advocates want a full environmental review of a proposed warehouse in Brookhaven.
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