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Al Gore's 'Energy Pig' Tennessee Mansion Goes 'Green'

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posted on Dec, 14 2007 @ 04:34 PM
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Al Gore's 'Energy Pig' Tennessee Mansion Goes 'Green'


www.foxnews.com

Gore's improvements cut the home's summer electrical consumption by 11 percent compared with a year ago, according to utility records reviewed by The Associated Press. Most Nashville homes used 20 percent to 30 percent more electricity during the same period because of a record heat wave.
In February, a conservative think tank criticized Gore for using an average of 16,000 kilowatt hours a month for an average monthly bill of $1,206 in 2006. The typical Nashville home uses about 1,300 kilowatt hours a month.
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posted on Dec, 14 2007 @ 04:34 PM
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Al Gore is making a big thing out of his recent renovations on his energy pig house. The article admits that the renovations were very expensive and even when finished will only save 20 to 30% on energy bills. That's 20% on a whoppping 16,000 KWH electricity per month!!!!! The average Tennessee house uses 1300 KWH so that is still 10 times a normal house usage!!

Let's just compare what Gore's energy pig green house uses with say another green house in Texas owned by President Bush. Bush's house uses 25% of a average house vs. Al Gore's new green house that with its new renovations should maybe only use 11,200 KWH. So with some math we get that Al Gore's new green house uses 34 or so times more electricity than the Presidents house in Texas where George has not been labeled as green by the good media.

See the link below for a comparison of Al Gore vs George Bush's personal houses... It's really good!!! Here's the link for the house comparison.

www.foxnews.com
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[edit on 14/12/07 by plumranch]



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