This is the first page of an article I wrote for the July/August issue of Pottery Making Illustrated. The magazine should hit mailboxes in a week. Until then (and after), the rest of the article can be viewed on the Publications page of this website. It is a step-by-step explanation of the techniques I use in making boxes.
I’d like to thank my good friends Niel Hora for his honest and very helpful proofreading skills and Fred Lower for photographing the process.
I was just doing a little research into the number of renewable energy options offered by electric utilities are out there. This is what I found:
It is a US Department of Energy site that put up this long list of “State-Specific Utility Green Pricing Programs”. It’s exciting to see how many programs are available. It also shows the cost and many are 4 cents or less per kilowatt hour. The sources are everything from wind to hydro to landfill gas to cow patties. If you want to know your options, click on over.