Mission statement: Clean Energy Pathways is striving to be a multifaceted organization that improves sustainability in many aspects of energy production and consumption. Our emphasis includes, but is not limited to:

1) Fossil fuel replacement with a cleaner burning biomass fuel.
2) Organic fertilizer made in a much more carbon neutral and sustainable way.
3) Replacement of existing incandescent, mercury vapor, and all other types of environmentally irresponsible lighting to much more efficient and environmentally friendly LED (light emitting diode) forms of lighting.
4) Solar (Photo Voltaic) panels placed on commercial and residential sites alike to make these structures much more self sustaining.
5) Solar Thermal water heaters that capture heat energy from the sun. That latent energy is then transferred to a structure.
6) HVAC (Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning)—this includes Geothermal Heating and Cooling—why not use the Earth to help you heat and cool your home, office, or business?

The solar energy generation systems, coupled with our energy efficiency solutions, results in greatly decreased electrical bills for our customers and a much healthier planet for us all!

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We'll replace your business's HVAC, Lighting, and Hot Water Systems with energy efficient models, along with Solar technology installed, all at little to no cost.
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Biomass Fuel

Home grown biomass can be converted into every product that is typically produced from a barrel of crude oil. This includes liquid fuels that can be used to run existing vehicles. These RFS2 (Renewable Fuel Standard 2) compliant fuels not only greatly decrease the carbon footprints of liquid fuels, but they create jobs in rural communities and they help to reduce the dependence of America on foreign oil.
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Solar fast facts from the SEIA

Water heating, space heating, and space cooling accounted for 72 percent of the energy used in an average household in the U.S. in 2010 ‐ representing a huge market potential for solar heating and cooling technologies! In 2010, the U.S. saw 35,464 solar water heating systems and 29,540 solar pool heating systems installed, heating a total of more than 65,000 homes, businesses and pools. Read more fast facts from the Solar Energy Industries Association.
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HVAC: Did you know?

HVAC systems provide: Heating Cooling Air handling, ventilation, and air quality HVAC accounts for 40 to 60 percent of the energy used in U.S. commercial and residential buildings. This represents an opportunity for energy savings using proven technologies and design concepts. Read more at the US Department of Energy website.            
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Organic vs Non Organic Fertilizer

Do you know the difference? The title organic fertilizer refers to materials used as fertilizer that occur regularly in nature, usually as a byproduct or end product of a naturally occurring process. Inorganic or synthetic fertilizers are produced artificially in a chemical refinery. Organic fertilizers such as manure have been used in agriculture for thousands of years.
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