Sunday, April 29, 2012

Green Technology+++

The United States faces three urgent challenges: economic recovery, global warming and reducing our dependence on foreign oil. We believe that new energy technologies will play a strong role in helping address all three.

Adopting new energy technologies will energize the economy by creating jobs, stimulating demand for new goods and services, and building the basis to compete in a more efficient 21st century global marketplace. Clean energy technologies will limit global warming by rapidly "decarbonizing" our economy. Finally, new energy technologies can help wean us from our dependence on imported oil, most directly through the adoption of electric vehicles.

Policy support will be needed to develop and finance most new energy technologies in the short-term, but the cost of those policies can be minimized by coupling them with competitive private sector investments. We believe a clean energy standard promoting all forms of low- and no-carbon technologies as well as sensible policies to support the adoption of electric vehicles are the right tools to drive this competitive private sector investment. More important than policy is the consumer. The American consumer is making an irreversible move to sustainability, and the choices to act sustainably are finally developing in the energy industry. Companies like NRG must commit to showing consumers that green products are affordable, fun and cool, getting rid of the old notion that green means expensive or out of the mainstream.

NRG's clean energy projects are already creating substantial engineering and construction jobs and will continue to do so over the next several years, all while jump-starting critical reductions in our country's carbon dioxide and other air emissions. And our work expanding electric vehicle charging infrastructure is directly reducing our nation's dependence on foreign oil while reducing pollution by switching cars to run on lower emission electricity.

Friday, April 27, 2012

I would like you to meet Katherine Tworsey.  
She contacted me not long ago.  
She has an interesting post that I would like to share with everyone.

Stop by her BLOG and tell her Nina sent you.  Thanks for the contact Katherine, and the heads up about your blog - fascinating read!!

Thursday, April 26, 2012

Benefits of Wind Energy
The wind cools us on a summer day, moves our sailboats, flies our kites and helps grow our gardens. It can also enhance our world’s security, help protect its beauty and improve the quality of air we breathe when used to power our homes and businesses.

Wind energy is clean. Electricity generated by wind turbines won’t dirty the air we breathe or emit pollutants like other energy sources—that means less smog, less acid rain and fewer greenhouse gas emissions. Power plants are the largest stationary source of air pollution in the United States, emitting millions of tons of sulfur dioxide, nitrous oxides and carbon dioxide each year. These pollutants are believed to be the cause of global warming. Running a single 1-MW wind turbine can displace 2,000 tons of carbon dioxide in one year (equivalent to planting one square mile of forest).

Wind energy is cost competitive to other fuel sources (like natural gas) and it is the least expensive of all renewable energy sources. Because the fuel (wind) is free, wind energy can provide a stable long-term price for power production. Today's wind farms can generate electricity for less than 5 cents per kilowatt hour in many parts of the U.S., a price that is competitive with new coal- or gas-fired power plants. The cost is expected to continue to decline as the technology improves and the market for this source develops.

Wind energy is growing fast. It has been the world’s fastest growing renewable energy source for more than a decade with an average annual growth rate of over 20%. In 2008, the United States had a record breaking year by increasing generating capacity by 50%. With more than 25,170 MW of wind energy capacity installed in the U.S. today, wind power can generate enough to power more than 7 million average U.S.households (a fraction of what it could be providing). According to the American Wind Energy Association, wind energy in the United States could provide as much as 10,777 billion kWh annually—more than twice the electricity generated in the

Wind energy is renewable. As one of Mother Nature’s gifts, the wind is available and plentiful and won’t deplete our world’s natural resources.

Wind energy benefits society. Because it is a clean energy source, wind energy reduces costs associated with air pollution—both healthcare and environmental costs. And, its low operating costs and short construction lead times mean it can provide low cost, clean energy quicker and more conveniently than traditional power plants.

Wind energy is local. Wind projects keep more energy dollars in the communities where projects are located and provide a steady income through lease payments to the landowners. Wind projects also pay significant property taxes and state taxes each year and create local jobs. Unlike oil, the wind is not affected by international conflicts or embargoes, making it immune to supply problems or price shocks.

Wind energy is reliable and efficient. Unlike other power plants, wind energy systems require minimal maintenance and have low operating expenses. Wind turbines are very reliable and are available to generate electricity 99% of the time (on par with other generating sources).

– Adapted from information provided by the American Wind Energy Association, Global Wind 2008 Report and Renewable Energy Vermont.

Wednesday, April 25, 2012

Most Renewable Energy comes either directly or indirectly from the SUN!  Sunlight, or Solar Energy can be used directly for lighting homes and buildings.  

The sun's heat also drives the WIND, whose energy is captured in with wind turbines.  The winds and the sun's heat causes water to evaporate.  When this water vapor turns into rain or snow and flows downhill into rivers or streams, its energy can be captured using hydroelectric power.

Sunlight and rain causes plants to grow.  The organic matter that makes the plants is known as BIOMASS, which can be used to produce electricity!  The use of Biomass is called BIOENERGY!

This is RENEWABLE ELECTRICITY and we can deliver it to your home or business today!
Nothing to buy, No fees to switch and it all comes in your current bill!  NOTHING CHANGES except the cleaner air we breathe! It's time!

Monday, April 23, 2012

IEA Opportunity Webinars and Meetings 4/23 - 4/30

Saturday, 4/28
IEA Opportunity Webinar
11am CT / noon ET
Meeting ID: 961-609-406
Presenter:  Dir Jian Holley

Monday, 4/30
IEA Opportunity Webinar
8pm CT / 9pm ET
Meeting ID: 179-034-350
Presenter:  ED Jackie Muhammad

Saturday, April 21, 2012

Types of Renewable Energy

The United States currently relies heavily on coal, oil, and natural gas for its energy. Fossil fuels are non-renewable, that is, they draw on finite resources that will eventually dwindle, becoming too expensive or too environmentally damaging to retrieve. In contrast, the many types of renewable energy resources-such as wind and solar energy-are constantly replenished and will never run out.  The picture below is our failed attempt to drill for OIL from our oceans.

Most renewable energy comes either directly or indirectly from the sun. Sunlight, or solar energy, can be used directly for heating and lighting homes and other buildings, for generating electricity, and for hot water heating, solar cooling, and a variety of commercial and industrial uses.

Renewble Energy - Solar PV
Solar shingles are installed on a rooftop. Credit: Stellar Sun Shop
The sun's heat also drives the winds, whose energy, is captured with wind turbines. Then, the winds and the sun's heat cause water to evaporate. When this water vapor turns into rain or snow and flows downhill into rivers or streams, its energy can be captured using hydroelectric power.

Along with the rain and snow, sunlight causes plants to grow. The organic matter that makes up those plants is known as biomass. Biomass can be used to produce electricity, transportation fuels, or chemicals. The use of biomass for any of these purposes is called bioenergy.

Hydrogen also can be found in many organic compounds, as well as water. It's the most abundant element on the Earth. But it doesn't occur naturally as a gas. It's always combined with other elements, such as with oxygen to make water. Once separated from another element, hydrogen can be burned as a fuel or converted into electricity.

Not all renewable energy resources come from the sun. Geothermal energy taps the Earth's internal heat for a variety of uses, including electric power production, and the heating and cooling of buildings. And the energy of the ocean's tides come from the gravitational pull of the moon and the sun upon the Earth.

In fact, ocean energy comes from a number of sources. In addition to tidal energy, there's the energy of the ocean's waves, which are driven by both the tides and the winds. The sun also warms the surface of the ocean more than the ocean depths, creating a temperature difference that can be used as an energy source. All these forms of ocean energy can be used to produce electricity.

Tuesday, April 17, 2012

Everybody Uses Electricity and Everybody Pays for it
Join thousands who are switching to 
Green, Renewable, Clean, Affordable Electricity With
Independence Energy / NRG Energy

5% Cash Back on 20% Green 
10% Cash Back on 100% Green  
Cash Back to You to spend as you please - Year after Year!

Stop Paying Fees to Your Utility to Buy Your Electricity!

I would like to introduce you to  Public Radio Energy Project  and his energy journal.  This is a fascinating reading.  Here is his facebook link: - give him a 'LIKE' and start educating yourself on the damage we are doing to our environment.  Sign Up for his Radio Show - it is a fascinating listen.  Here is a small example of his work and why I am so dedicated to turning everyone I can onto GREEN ELECTRICITY.  It's time to tune in.

Wind is the kinetic energy of molecules in the air. Wind has powered ships and mills for centuries or longer.
Modern windmills convert the wind into rotational energy by allowing the air molecules to bombard the blades, turning them. The blades are connected to turbines, which generate electricity from that rotational energy.
Wind energy is one of the cleanest forms of energy available because it doesn’t require a fuel or produce greenhouse gas or other bi-products, outside of those from production and maintenance of equipment and transmission.
Wind turbines themselves take up only a small area compared to their generating potential, making it possible to install them on agricultural, forest, or grazing lands.


In just ten years, wind power in the United States grew more than ten-fold, from just over 2,000 megawatts in 1999 to more than 34,000 megawatts in 2009, when wind accounted for 9 percent of renewable energy produced in the country and more than geothermal and solar combined.
Here’s an animated map of wind development from 2000 to 2010.
Texas, Iowa, and Minnesota had the greatest wind capacity in 2010. Additionally, at least 27 other states used wind to generate electricity that year.


Wind is an intermittent resource, meaning that the windmills can’t continuously and predictably produce energy. They only work when the wind blows, and they can only work as hard as the wind is blowing at that time.
Research is ongoing into predicting what regions of the country have significant wind resources suitable for wind development, a process that requires computer programming and meteorological knowledge.
Furthermore, public and private researchers are working to produce better models of wind on an hourly, daily, and seasonal basis to make it easier for wind energy producers to forecast their output and sell it ahead of time.
Another major hurdle to wind power is that it is expensive compared with fossil fuel-based electricity. Modern windmills cost a lot to design and build, especially as they have to be strong enough to endure extreme weather, even though they will mostly operate in moderate weather. That makes competing with other energy sources difficult without government intervention.
Some people don’t like the way windmills look, and windmills can also kill bats and birds, though newer designs have slower and less deadly blades. A 2010 study published in the Journal of Ornithology estimated that windmills kill around 440,000 birds every year. However, the same study showed that house cats kill more than 1,000 times that number, as many as 500 billion per year.

Sunday, April 15, 2012

Take one Small Step During Green Week

- No Fees to Switch
- Reduce Your Fees Paid to Current Utility
- Pay Less Per KWH on IEA's 20% Green
- Improve the Environment
- Keep Your Current Utility Company for maintenance to meter and Power Lines
- No Special Equipment to Buy
- Still Pay One Bill

Friday, April 13, 2012

I am very happy to welcome my newest Associates

Jeff Goodman (NY)
Starmaine Hudson (NY)
Francisco Vivero (TX)
Moyses Morales (TX)

I will be assisting each one gather a customer 
base - so contact me and I would be happy to hook you up with one of my team! 
You know the old saying 
'Team Work makes the Dream Work'

send me an email:

Thursday, April 12, 2012

I would like to introduce a very good friend of mine.  We belong to a morning breakfast Networking group and quickly became fast friends.  Her name is Terri Gavin - and her company is the Gavin Group, LLC - Computer Software Solutions.   Terri is smart, very personable and a pleasure to work with. 

Since 1995, her company has been training people in a large variety of business applications including Microsoft Office, Project, Act, QuickBooks and Quicken. We have worked with such large companies as HSBC and Goldman Sacks as well as many small businesses and individuals.

Since 1999, she has been creating Access databases for small and medium business, both for profit and non-profit. The emphasis is on creating business solutions that provide the tools to help businesses operate more productively and get real time statistics and answers from their data.


Business solutions through computer applications and user proficiency.Give a call - say 'hi' and tell her Nina recommended you.

Wednesday, April 11, 2012

Everyone wants to save money!!

Everyone wants a better environment for their children!!

Everyone wants CASH BACK!

Everyone Pays an Electric Bill!

Everyone wants to Pay Less! Now You Can Have It All!

I met Wendy and Will DeForge over 10 years ago when are daughters were roommates together at the Gunnery in Washington, Ct.  The girls became instant best friends, and still remain close friends even though they are states apart.  

I became friends with all the DeForge's, and you will never meet a kinder or more generous family.  They own RFI Custom Embroidery and Screen Printing Company, and the girls teams at the Gunnery always had the most beautiful embroidered team jackets and vests.  

Check them out - and say Hi to Wendy - and ask her about Kristen and Kirsten!!  She will have some hilarious stories about our girls! 

I met Gary Leshowitz on ( )  - connect with him and find out about his Renewable Energy Company!  He will connect quickly with you and offer assistance. That is what we need more of!!  He is my new Network Partner! Stop by and say hello - tell Gary that Nina Sent you!

We are the most price competitive turnkey PV installation company in the NYC tri-state region due to our small corporate structure and targeted laser marketing strategy. By constantly monitoring the local PV industry we methodically under price and outperform our competition.We are NABCEP certified for PV and Wind Turbine technologies as well as having Electric Vehicle Charging Station Certification. We have been doing electrical 
contracting in the tri-state for 40 years.Many high profile customers from the private,business and government sectors comprise our corporate portfolio.We are a certified PV installer for Home Depot,and a certified Dealer/Installer/Maintenance Rep. 
for Capstone micro turbine Co-Gens.NYS Licensed Electrician.

Still Confused About Switching Your Electricity Provider?

- No Fees to Switch
- Reduce Your Fees Paid to Current Utility
- Pay Less Per KWH on IEA's 20% Green
- Improve the Environment
- Keep Your Current Utility Company for maintenance to meter and Power Lines
- Still Pay One Bill

Tuesday, April 10, 2012

Wednesday Night Webinar. 4/11/12

8pm CT / 9pm ET

Pre-register at

Meeting ID: 565-708-766

Presenter: ED Jaca Collins

Come 'LIKE' Us On FaceBook

We asked which of our product features are most important? 
Was it Surge Protection, Cash Back, Unemployment Protection, Great Rates, or Green??

The results are in and it is clear that Cash is King
Cash Back was the number one most important feature followed closely by great rates. In almost a dead tie for the next most important was Green and Unemployment Protection. Bringing up the rear was our Surge Protection where more than have of the survey responders listed it 5th out of 5.

Keep an eye out for new pricing offers in May that take the results of this survey into account!!


Sunday, April 8, 2012

Inivite Guests to a webinar or a presentation so they can learn more!!


Wednesday night webinar. 4/11/12

8pm CT / 9pm ET
Pre-register at
Meeting ID: 565-708-766
Presenter: ED Jaca Collins

Friday night LIVE opportunity meeting, 4/13/12
Sheraton Arlington
1500 Convention Center Drive, Arlington, TX 76011
Presenter:  Chairperson, Yolanda Harris

Saturday morning webinar, 4/14/12

11am / noon ET
Pre-register at
Meeting ID: 303-649-366
Presenter: Dir Jian Holley


Saturday, 4/14 from 10am - 4pm CT
Dallas Cowboys Stadium
925 N Colins St 
Arlington, TX 76011
Register NOW and bring guests:

Saturday, April 7, 2012

Energy News - "Age of Empowerment"

The new Energy Biz according to David Crane of NRG 

Friday, April 6, 2012

Independence Energy Alliance is Ranking High!

Here is the link - check it out:

MLM Business Popularity

MLM Rankings takes a monthly snapshot of internet MLM interest by compiling data from a variety of Internet MLM metrics sources, and providing them on this site in a simple format. Want to compare two MLM companies? Use our comparison tool and see just what percentage of the public interest a given MLM opportunity captures.

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MLM Popularity Top Gainers this Month

Independence Energy Alliance 87.82% Gain

Thursday, April 5, 2012

I'm always amazed at the ignorance of so many people when they cry pryamid scheme the moment they become aware of anyone marketing anything through a home based business model. 
The direct sales and network marketing industry has always gotten a bad rap mostly because those who have attempted to make money, have failed. But that has not been because of the company and products… it's largely because most people are not cut out to be entrepreneurs.  They allow fears and poor relationships with money get in the way of their success, and it's easier for people to cry scam than to point their finger at themselves and admit they are not cut out for entrepreneurship and admit self failure. 
Well, today I came across this video and was super excited to share it with you. 
This is more validation for the naysayers that the network marketing industry IS the place to be and a good business decision for those who truly seek a more financial and time freedom lifestyle. 
In reality, there really is no plan B… Each individual has to become self reliant and develop the skills and put away fears in order to receieve financially stable results for their families.  This is the only safe model developing in this time in history.  Network marketing and direct sales is the new Plan A with no Plan B in sight. 
For years many influential people have given two thumbs up for the direct sales industry…. President Clinton, Robert Kiyosaki, Donald Trump and now..... 
If you are looking for TRUE credibility that Network Marketing has a future as a business, then it always comes back to these three areas:
1. Major companies investing – because this means there is money to be made!
2. Corporate results reported to stock markets – because they aren’t false
3. Credible financial reporters – because companies know that lying to them is dangerous, and they do their research!