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Sorry its cloudy out. I have cold hot dogs, and salad available.
Another one I don’t get.
You shouldn’t worry about the environmental issues created by running the food truck.
You should be more concerned that you are eating the fattening food they are offering you.
Pack a lunch box of healthy food, sit outside and breath the fresh air with no food truck.
there appears to be a paucity of reference to solar on your web site? A site like yours coming with such high profile not containing more info on other than the “solar truck’ while commendable to the operator, overall sheds little light on those rigorous projects happening mostly in the west. Energy efficiency is important for sure. what people cant seem to grapple with would appear the need to convert the whole system over time towards lower voltage needs to counterbalance higher energy consumption rates being in alignment with new products that use less energy.
There is actually a good amount of solar energy on our website and you can find it right here: http://planetforward.org/category/solar/ . However, if you know of a new project that should be featured, we welcome you to submit that to the website!
Let me know if that helps you out
Carrie Planet Forward Intern
Hello! Wow! Wow! and Wow! I want to do this for my food truck! Can you give me some information on companies that might install for me in the South. I am in Louisiana right now but I am willing to go from Arkansas to Orlando to get it done. Thanks you for =sharing! Carol
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