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Green Solutions for Fighting High Gas Prices and Electricity Bills

Phoenix, AZ, August 08, 2007 --( SyndiKast, an independent journalism team, announces the release of the Future Fuels Project. This informative five-part series showcases consumer stories on alternative energy including Solar, Wind, BioDiesel, Ethanol and Hybrid & Electric cars. These unbiased reports are not sponsored by any business interest.

With the high demand for gasoline and electricity, consumers are feeling the impact where it hurts most -- their wallets. 59% of Americans say increases in the price of gasoline have caused financial hardship in their households. And the government’s energy forecast offers no relief in sight.

Those concerned about high prices, environmental impacts and national security are beginning to embrace new, and not-so-new, forms of energy. Utilizing alternative energy is not only becoming the “cool” thing to do, it can offer surprising savings.

Kevin Edwards uses the sun to power his home. “Our utility bills are extremely modest. I probably spend a total of $500 a year for our 3,000 Sq. Ft. home.” What’s more, half of his solar system was paid for by government tax credits and utility rebate programs. Now Edwards sells his excess power back to the power company.

To save at the pump people are not only changing how they drive - but what they drive. Sales of hybrid cars are booming. John Wayland owns one and tells people “They don’t get the kind of mileage they say they get - they actually get more.” He routinely averages seventy miles per gallon.

For those planning to keep the car they have, biofuels like BioDiesel and Ethanol are environmental and patriotic options. “There is a biofuel for every car on the road in the U.S. today,” according to Tomas Endicott of SeQuential Biofuels. Newer flexible-fuel vehicles use 85% Ethanol, which is made from corn grown right here in the U.S. And “If you have a diesel car, you want to put BioDiesel in it,” says mechanic Jay Dykeman. “It’s a better fuel.” Biofuels can even be cheaper than their petroleum counterparts.

The Future Fuels series presents new information about the pros and cons of these alternative energies to the average consumer.

To get Future Fuels for TV, Radio or Print call 1-888-488-8665 or visit www.FutureFuels.TV. Exclusive licensing for your market is available now.

Jeff Cooper