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Bob Ramlow is the solar thermal consultant for the Wisconsin Focus on Energy Program. The owner of a renewable energy company, he has over 30 years experience with solar energy systems and is a founder and director of the Midwest Renewable Energy Association (MREA).

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Gary Reysa is a retired airplane product development engineer living in "Big Sky" country near Bozeman Montana.

He has always been interested in solar energy projects, but moving to an 8000 degree-day climate, and living in a house that is about as bad a solar design as one could imagine picked up his interest quite a bit.

While trying to find good solar heating ideas for his house, he noted that there wasn't much on the web for people...

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Randy Richmond holds a BS degree in Electrical Engineering, a Washington State Professional Engineer license and has extensive experience in the design of embedded digital and microprocessor systems as well as battery-based power system design, specializing in large-format lithium-ion batteries. In addition to custom designs, Randy offers consulting services for marketing, engineering, product testing and education to other RE professionals including...

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Ben studied Graphic Design at Western Washington University in Bellingham at the bleeding edge of the "desktop publishing revolution" (and way before Al Gore invented the Internet). But the design industry has a way of pushing talent towards promoting the worst in pop culture, capitalism, and rampant consumerism. So, in '95 he perused a career shift by studying renewable energy at Solar Energy International in Carbondale Colorado. A lead from a favorite instructor...

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The renewable energy community lost a true pioneer on January 9, 2005, and those who knew Al Rutan lost a true friend. Al passed on while staying at the home of a friend and doing what he loved—designing and fabricating a methane digester plant.

Al’s dedication to our movement of renewable energy and energy self-sufficiency was technically astute, and tempered with a true concern for the animals involved in the production process. Al knew instinctively and...

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