It makes no sense.
We are not likely to recoup the money it takes to buy and install solar.
We’re too old.
But we did it anyway.
Our next door neighbors went first.
They were in their eighties!
When I saw their solar panels going up, I remembered a proverb:
A modern way of talking about this kind of investment is the concept of the triple bottom line:
Simply put, this kind of bottom line has to benefit people, profit, and planet.
We chose a local small business to install the panels.
We will get a tax credit and lower utility bills.
And the next family to live in this house will continue to benefit.
We have planted trees for the shade of others,
just as others planted for us.
What are you doing for the sake of the future and the planet?
Let’s share our ideas and multiply the value of the triple bottom line!