"Our products are safe for use in your home and our planet." At their modest Los Angeles home, Ed has implemented renewable energy sources in the large solar panels on the roof of their home. "It's costly, but there are many things people can do around their home accessible to any income bracket -- an energy-saving thermostat with a wake and sleep, leave and return mode. When you're at work and the kids are at school all day, the thermostat's chugging away keeping it cool in the summer and hot in the winter. Put an energy-saving thermostat in your home and you have enough natural gas left over so everybody can drive a natural gas vehicle with no net gain, tomorrow. Another thing is compact florescent bulbs, which are very cost-effective for even moderate- to lower-income people. Most people have 20 bulbs in their home -- some homes more. Twenty times 13 watts, 18 watts, compared to 20 times 60 watts -- that's enough to charge an electric car. We're talking about efficiency and it's available today."