New Energy Congress to be Featured Live on EveryDay TV Show
A national television program will feature some products available now to increase energy efficiency
while saving money and increasing the quality of life.
D. Allan, New Energy Congress, CEO
Pure Energy Systems News
SALT LAKE CITY, UT, USA -- Tai Robinson and I will be heading out in a week to drive the Suburban he
converted to run on clean fuels to Atlanta where we will be appearing live on
with Marcus and Lisa television show on February 17 from 11:00 am to
12:00 pm Eastern.
I'll be taking a dozen minutes to talk about a few products that are available
now to affordably increase clean energy efficiency at home while also increasing
the quality of life. The products I plan to talk about include:
These and more are listed on a new website we launched last week: http://EnergyStork.com,
named for the idea of delivering newfangled energy devices.
The cameras will then go to Tai outside with his Suburban, which he has
converted to run on Hydrogen, Natural Gas or Ethanol, as well as regular
gasoline if none of those fuels are available. Not only do those fuels
burn much more cleanly, but they also usually cost less than gasoline.
He's been in the business of converting vehicles essentially his whole life,
having been raised around it.
On our trip home, Tai hopes to stop by several places to do interviews with
local radio and television stations. He's working on scheduled something with the Mayor of Atlanta while we're there.
|This is the Suburban that Tai Robinson
converted to run on clean fuels.
Both of us will be representing the New
Energy Congress which is ever on the lookout for the very best clean energy
technologies from around the planet, ranking them into a Top
100 Clean Energy Technologies listing. The NEC has been at this for
nearly three and a half years, but tackling a listing of best consumer products
presently available is a new initiative just now being launched, spurred in part
by this opportunity to appear on national television.
The show, which is part of the FamilyNet Television Network, airs in 200
markets. If you want to watch it live, they have a page
showing local affiliate stations.
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