On the blog I'm planning to go more in depth about all the new green technologies
Barrie, Ontario, CA (PRWEB) August 8, 2009
"When choosing a focus for my website, I went with something I have a background in, and something paramount in people's minds," said Paul Waddell. "I think green energy was a natural choice, because a lot of people are going green, and looking for ways to cut costs and save the environment."
Waddell is the founder of http://www.EnergyBooksOnline.com, a new green website specializing in information pertaining to safe and renewable energy sources.
"Whether people want to cut their heating bill or save money on gasoline, they'll find a solution on the website," said Waddell. "I've made efforts to provide information about all the newest green technologies like solar energy, wind power, biodiesel and electric."
Waddell believes his website will appeal to people most because of the potential to cut costs. "Most people don't know that a lot of these green technologies can start with parts from a local hardware store, and pay for themselves over a short period of time."
With an extensive background in electronics and communications, Waddell believes his passion for new technologies will help him better educate others through his new blog at http://www.EnergyBooksOnlineBlog.com.
"On the blog I'm planning to go more in depth about all the new green technologies," said Waddell. "The topic I'm most interested in might be the electric car conversion kits, which are not something the average person would understand, but I think I can give a thorough explanation of how it works."
The key factor that sets Waddell's website apart from other websites is his informational approach to green technology.
"Most websites out there just sell products; I don't do that," said Waddell. "I'm committed to helping people make a difference in the environment, and because of that I'll provide support and information, and even put people in contact with the authors of the books I offer."
About the Company:
EnergyBooksOnline.com is owned and operated by Paul Waddell, an advocate for clean and renewable energy sources.
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