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June 21, 2005



President Bush outlines his energy proposals at the Johnson Controls plant in Milwaukee on Monday. Bush said he was impressed with the growing commercial uses of solar energy.

[url=http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/11465801/]Bush pushes alternative energy proposals[/url]

“Roof makers will one day be able to make a solar roof that protects you from the elements and at the same time, powers your house,” Bush said. “The vision is this — that technology will become so efficient that you’ll become a little power generator in your home, and if you don’t use the energy you generate you’ll be able to feed it back into the electricity grid.”

This can only do good things for stocks like XSNX, DSTI, and SPWR


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Mark Osie Cargile

Actually...I am very fascinated at the outcome so far of projects that I have predicted from solar panels being used with PC and video cameras.

What my concern is at the present is how to acquire what is publisized as free solar cells.

How do I get or obtain an address to acquire of how to write for free solar cells? Is there an adress to be brief of information or writing? Of how to obtain this information?

I am from the United States, Philadelphia. An at present a member of the American International Freelance Photographers Organization. www.IFPO.net

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