Power from the People (2002)

Should it be a crime for people to share their renewable energy with others? From an Iowa farmer to a California solar guerrilla, these people have clean power to share--if only their utility companies would let them. Power From The People is about the fight to distribute homemade renewable energy over the nation"s power grid.

Awards:
EarthVision 2002 Award Winner, EarthVision Fest Renewable Energy Leadership Award, IRENEW Notable Screenings: Hazel Wolf Environmental Film Festival, 2003 Free Speech TV (DishTV 9415) Broadcast Premiere Nov 7, 2003

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Check out the unaffiliated but related book "Power from the People" a how-to guide to DIY community solar power projects.

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