a clean nation

United States
August 20, 2012 9:08pm CST
i've joined Clean Nation. has anyone else heard of this company?? it looks like a really good thing to join and easy to do.
3 responses
@DoctorDidi (7030)
• India
23 Aug 12
I have never heard of it. What as a member, you have to do and also does it require any prior investment for joining? I hope you would share your experience of the site with us from time to time.
• United States
23 Aug 12
so far, the only investing i've had to do is purchase a renewable energy certificate. that's less than $20 a month. i figure i can give up one outfit for that. especially if that will allow us the ability to use other methods to be used for energy and not to use coal.
• India
24 Aug 12
Let me know whether the member has to invest an one time $20 or less than $20 every month month. If it is less than $20 a month, then for how many months he has to invest? After the said investment, does he start earning immediately or does he need to wait again for a period of time? Last but not the least, in total, how much one has to invest and in return, how much one gains in total? I think these points should first of all be clarified before any sort of investment online. Is not it?
• United States
26 Aug 12
it's a monthly investment of a renewable energy certificate. the certificate represents a one megawatt clean energy commodity. you don't have to change utility providers. when you can recruit people to invest in the certificates, you start to earn a dividend. right now, they are promoting 5 in 30. if you can bring in 5 people within 30 days, they'll give you a bonus of $50, in addition to the dividend. i don't remember what the dividend is, as i'm more excited about the idea of using renewable energy. i would love to see this company go global. wouldn't it be cool to be able to use the wind to get energy vs coal or oil???
@daisy777 (216)
• South Africa
22 Aug 12
No, I've not heard of this company. What does it do?
• United States
23 Aug 12
they are a company based out of dallas, tx. they convert wind into renewable energy. they just went public last week. it would be real cool if they were able to expand all over the world and we can reduce using coal for energy.
@daisy777 (216)
• South Africa
24 Aug 12
What a wonderful thing to do.
@meumeu25 (917)
• United Arab Emirates
23 Aug 12
Hi, Sounds interesting, does that have to do on how to keep a nation clean? Or just another money making site? Can you explaine what does it do? :) Thank you.
• United States
23 Aug 12
all i have to do is invest in renewable energy certificates each month and have others join in and invest in renewable energy certificates. the company uses the investments to make more windmills to be used for energy. that's the part i like the most.