His Castro home of 20 years located on what he calls "consistently windy" Kite Hill is one of the 10 sites where Blue Green Pacific will initiate beta testing in the next six to 12 months.
As a flight attendant whose job has opened his eyes to locations where governments are stepping up to the plate in renewable-resource use, Beaudoin realized that "we can either bitch about [the lack of renewable resources] or politically agitate for it."
Beaudoin takes the ominous signs of global warming as a reason to act fast in every plausible way that he can. As he told us, "I think the main motivation is that we have to be ready for what's going on down the road." *
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