Fred Klammt
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  • Somerset, CA
  • United States
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Starting Time Bank in the Sierra Foothills/Gold Country.

I joined the Bay Area Community Time Bank, did some work, and discovered an incredible network of like-minded people with a very cool concept and working platform. But - it is limited to the Bay…Continue

Tags: share, bank, time, transitions, community

Started May 5, 2011

What works (good practices) in Eco-Villages

I am on a search (by reading, talking, visiting, spending a few days ...) to find out what works and what doesn't work in 'communities' that are based on co-op, permaculture, closed-loop, energy…Continue

Tags: cradle-to-cradle, co-op, energy, sustainability, co-housing

Started Mar 27, 2011

 

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How might your current work contribute to the sustainability movement?
Lo Cost Energy + Energy Commons: Energy continues to be one of the largest costs and hurdles in a Transition Community. Net-Zero and Net-metering are all part of the multi-national corporate mindset. Microgrid communities and appropriate technology modeled on permaculture principles is where we need to go = and that's where I am working and spending my own energies on.

I would like to help out anyone within an intentional community looking to create a de-centralized energy system.
In what ways do you personally identify with the Sustainability & Transition movement? Why are you interested?
I am living it... I have designed and built a stand-alone totally closed loop, beyond net-zero, and no-op cost home. I transitioned about 10 years ago .

I would now like to help a community accomplish the same.
What background and skills do you bring to this community?
Renewable energy engineer and teacher. Electrical engineering degree, solar/wind/geothermal/rainwater, etc. expert, builder, designer. I teach at CSU and in Europe on green building and sustainable business. Extensive project and quality management skills. Cradle-to-Cradle activist.
Your Personal Website (if you have one)
http://www.winsol3.info
What aspects of the sustainability movement most interests you?
Like-minded spirits. Permaculuture. Living more upstream.
Your Favorite Books/Websites/Blogs/RSS Feeds for Information about the Sustainability Movement
twelve by twelve, Gainome, Eco-Pragmatist (Steward Brand)...++++

Fred Klammt's Blog

Energy Commons Paper

I've posted a paper regarding 'Energy Commons' on my web site for low cost energy.... I'd be interested in getting any feedback on it... thanks

www.locostenergy.com

Posted on October 11, 2010 at 8:31am — 4 Comments

my blog at http://fredecoblog.blogspot.com/

Hi: I'd like to share my blog which is a compilation of lessons learning trying to walk the talk of a super low carbon footprint and totally 'closing - the -loop'. The blog details some of the teaching lessons I relay to my students, and the adventures of building my own no-impact home.

Posted on August 28, 2010 at 4:48pm — 2 Comments

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At 10:15am on April 9, 2011, David Eggleton said…
Hi Fred.  I suggest you check out this residential energy-focused site: http://homeenergypros.lbl.gov/
At 8:20pm on August 22, 2010, Darlene Cavallara said…
Hello & Welcome Fred to Transition California! We checked out your website and it is awesome that you are making your knowledge and skills available for folks and businesses wanting to transition. Please feel free to do a blog post about yourself and work so that members can easily learn about you.

Cheers
Daniel & Darlene
'Dandarius'
 
 
 

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