My home Hullportside is located in Hull, MA, a small peninsular town. It overlooks Hull Bay and the Boston skyline. Its southerly sloping roof is perfect for 28 solar panes, providing 7.42 kW of power. The project included replacing aging asphalt roof shingles with metal roofing by East Coast Metal Roofing, with a 50-year warranty. The one change we made a year ago was to put critter cage wire mesh around the sets of panels to keep squirrels from nesting under them. A recent State-funded energy audit provided more attic insulation and door weatherstripping. My site information covers electric transportation, starting with electric bicycles and then low speed electric vehicles that we got after our State Senator helped pass legislation to allow low speed vehicles on streets with up to a 30 mile per hour speed limit. Now my focus is on bringing Solar Personal Rapid Transit to Massachusetts. To learn about Solar Personal Rapid Transit, visit www.jpods.com, which I discovered when I was looking for a solution to a dangerous street situation. Solar Personal Rapid Transit is safe, fast, emissions-free and affordable It is paid for by private investment and pays up to 5 percent of its gross revenue to the owners of the rights-of-way. For a quick feel for Solar Personal Rapid Transit, google the “Solar Mobility Song YouTube” that Timothy Lawrence, a talented tenant, and I put together. Enjoy!