How Has The Advanced Energy Center Projected the United States Will Be Energy Independent by 2016

The Advanced Energy Center is an organization in Tennessee that studies energy trends and makes recommendations to HVAC companies, the federal government and the general public. It operates independently of the government of the United States. During a recent study, the Advanced Energy Center concluded that 50 percent of the energy used in the United States is imported from foreign countries. This led the organization to call for our energy independence by July 4, 2016. The date of the proposed energy independence was set to coincide with the date that our country celebrates its independence as a nation.

By failing to achieve energy independence, the Advanced Energy Center feels that the United States places itself in too vulnerable of a position. Energy sources could be cut off on a whim if our country gets into conflict with a nation that supplies our energy sources. At Wood Air Conditioning & Plumbing Inc., one of several professional HVAC companies in Mount Pleasant, Texas, we agree with the goal of energy independence. While there are other HVAC companies in Mount Pleasant that insist this goal in unattainable, our company stands behind the Advanced Energy Center in striving towards energy independence.

Wood Air Conditioning & Plumbing Inc. is one of the few HVAC companies in the Mount Pleasant area that already consults with home and business owners regarding alternative uses of energy. Our customers regularly ask us for information about geothermal heat pumps, the use of wind power, fuel cells and other sources of supplying heat and cool air to their commercial or residential property. If you want to do your part to use only domestic energy sources or cut back on the energy you already use, contact our company for assistance. We are available to provide a complete home or business evaluation and direct you towards different energy choices.

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