January 22, 2013

Mr. President: Put Solar on the White House!

Danny Kennedy, Forbes


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One of the promises made by the President in his first term was to put solar on the White House. I met him at the Rose Garden back in 2009 and he said “let’s do that” when we first proposed he “go solar” in his first family’s new home.

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