Challenge accelerates the domestic renewable
energy challenge to find a cheap, affordable REG (renewable
energy generator) that can be used by anyone anywhere to generate
their own electricity.
your support for the need of an affordable and practical REG
by making a
It won't cost anything and confirms your belief that
domestic renewable energy will provide incredible benefits
of free green energy to ordinary hard working people.
Your pledge will also
support our campaign to eliminate fuel poverty. Almost 6
million people (and rising rapidly) now live in fuel poverty
which also claims 30,000 senior citizen life's every year
just in the UK alone. Fuel poverty now exists in many countries throughout
Please show your support for a domestic renewable
energy generator by making a
to help eradicate fuel poverty or because you support micro
generation giving you clean
green renewable energy.
Voice your opinion and make a
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Climate Change Challenge and
Pledge4REG™, supported by
the likes of pop superstar
as Patron and the world famous inventor
Trevor Baylis OBE,
literally gives back the Power to the People.
What you have to say!
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"I hope and pray that the politicians
and governments of the world join together in reaching probably the
most important climate change agreement of our time at the Cop15
conference in Copenhagen."
"The winter of 2009 was a cold one
and has driven thousands more into fuel poverty. I like the idea of
Micro-generation. It would take me and millions out of fuel poverty
and save money too."
"To eradicate fuel poverty
is the big challenge of our time. I urge everyone to pledge their
support to this worthy cause. If you care about a solution to fuel
poverty then do it now!"
"Climate change, global warming,
carbon emissions and even carbon footprint. I didn't have much clue
what all the fuss was about until I came across this site. Thanks
for opening my eyes!"
"I am not surprised at how many
people fall into the fuel poverty bracket, most of those people, are
housed in rented council properties. These properties mostly have
single glazed windows and wooden doors, and little or no insulation.
Local councils are more interested in spending money on useless
projects like speed humps. I can not use my heating because of the
cost. I can only afford the heating on for 3 hours a day which costs
me £40 per week. With this bad winter, forget it, heat or food? Food
comes first. Add to that the new tax increases, and heat is now a
luxury we can not now afford."