Phoenix, AZ (PRWEB) May 27, 2015
Conductor of the Solar Express radio show, Michael Janzen, AKA Mr. Sunshine, brightens up the airwaves with an offer to save homeowners money and preserve the environment. While appearing on a 12 News program, Arizona Midday, Mr. Sunshine’s beaming personality was only trumped by his bright promise to save homeowners money and facilitate a sustainable environment.
Mr. Sunshine hosts a weekly radio show called the Solar Express, dealing with current events relative to the clean energy industry, in which he is the conductor. He also addresses frequently asked questions, and urges consumers to distinguish good green energy from bad green energy. His message was the same on AZ Midday.
In response to host Destry Jetton’s inquiry, why do they call you Mr. Sunshine? Janzen smoothly replied as follows:
“I’m excited about what I do. Getting to help people save the environment, and helping them save money, I get to bring a lot of sunshine into the world,” said Janzen.
Host Destry Jetton, impressed with Janzen’s response, asked him what sets his company aside from the rest. Again, Mr. Sunshine did not disappoint with his response:
“We are a comprehensive energy solution provider. We provide solutions that make your home more energy efficient and it lowers the amount of energy you need. Therefore, the size of the solar electric system you need also shrinks down, along with your energy bill” replied Janzen.
Mr. Sunshine and Komprehensiv are no doubt the good guys in the clean energy world. They are champions of using what environmentalist call the “fifth natural resource.” This resource is simply using less. Indeed, it has accounted for the stalling of carbon emissions recently reported by the International Energy Agency (IEA). Major global players like the U.S., Italy, France, Germany, and the Netherlands have been pushing for the use of the fifth natural resource since 1970, at a landmark UN conference. Recently, China has joined the struggle and India is likely to follow suite. Harmful emissions will continue to subside aided by global superpowers, and small defenders of the environment like Komprehensiv.