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Hundreds of city, county, state and federal agency officials, politicians and community organizers have flocked to the Green Energy Center since it opened in 2007.

They know that clean, reliable, renewable energy production creates jobs! These common-sense opportunities will strengthen our economy. These jobs are available now and can't be outsourced to another country.

Everyone gains with

Clean, Renewable Energy!

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 -News Update-

Ralph Dull Honored!

Ralph Dull recently received two noteworthy awards:    "Pioneer of the Year Award" from Green Energy Ohio (GEO) and the "Environmental Stewardship Award" from the Ohio EPA.

In December, Bill Spratley, GEO Exec. Director presented Ralph with their award in recognition of the Dull's family efforts in pursuing renewable energy applications and conservation activities. Governor Strickland was the 2009 recipient

In May, Ralph and his wife, Chris traveled to Washington D.C. for recognition by the EPA for his progressive practices of adding innovative processes and technology on his working farm to reduce coal-fired electricity generation.

 Congratulations!

 
Home of Peace Museum, the Victorian Pollack House
Green Energgy  Visitors Welcome 937-832-6365

 

 

 

Can we really work toward energy independence?

 

Can we generate clean, reliable energy resources that don't sacrifice the environment, our health, our children's future?

Can we use available technology to make a difference now?

YES to all of these questions!

We must take care of nature, because we are a part of nature. Anything less is simply suicide

 

 

   High above the Green Energy Center are six, 120 foot wind turbines that life-long farmer and environmentalist, Ralph Dull constructed to provide reliable energy for the Dull family farm.

This environmental branch of the Dayton International Peace Museum is located on the Dull Homestead Farm 17 miles northwest from Dayton at 10404 National Road, Brookville, Ohio.

Visitors’ hours are every day from 8am to 8pm.
Call 937-832-6365 for group visits.

The Green Energy Center is located at the Dull Homestead Farm near Brookville, OH, on Route 40. From I-70 take exit 21 north to stop sign. Turn left and go 3 miles.  

For more information on the Green Energy Center or group appointments, call 937-832-6365, or email Christine@dull.com.

 


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Admission is free, but donations to the downtown Dayton Peace Museum are welcomed.  We are a 501c3 nonprofit, all-volunteer organization.

 

  Established by the same founders, the GEC is the environmental branch of the Dayton International Peace Museum. The GEC features exhibits on alternative energy technologies and ways to conserve resources and preserve the environment. The facility is part of a working family farm that is serviced by a residential hydrogen generator that was developed in the Dayton area. Exhibits, provided by businesses, energy organizations, and individuals, will give insight into:

.  wind

·  solar

·  hydroelectric

·  hydrogen

·  nuclear

·  biomass

·  ethanol

·  hybrid vehicles

·  geothermal

·  methane

·  bio-diesel

·  corn stove

·  electricity and petroleum conservation

·  soil and water conservation

·  reduced consumption

·  recycling

·  green building design

·  peak oil

·  "How Cuba Coped"

·  farmland preservation

·  MetroParks woods

·  Green Energy Ohio

·  Greenway Community Land Trust