Megan E. Phelps, Contributing Editor

 

 New Megan Phelps Photo 

 

Megan enjoys reading and writing about all things green, but she is especially interested in renewable energy and energy efficiency. Megan worked for MOTHER EARTH NEWS from 2002 until 2012, and she is now a Renewable Energy and Green Homes contributing editor for the magazine. She is a graduate of the University of Kansas, where she studied English, environmental policy and journalism. She lives in Lawrence, Kan., with her husband. 

Past Articles:

Home Energy Audits: Measure Your Energy Costs and Add Up the Savings!  

Big Hydropower Potential in Small Projects

Passive Solar Design: Creating Sun-Inspired Homes 

Why Wind Power Works for Schools 

 





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