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Woody Harrelson Chats Up His Off-Grid, Solar-Powered Lifestyle

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In my opinion, Woody Harrelson is right up there with Ed Begley Jr. in terms of living a true, green Hollywood lifestyle. The UK Times recently caught up with the actor and discussed his love for the all-electric, dicontinued, Toyota RAV 4, his solar-powered community in Hawaii (which Owen Wilson will be moving to shortly), and the inspiration of his wife and children. Here are some highlights:

On electric transportation and the conspiracy to kill the tech back at the turn of the century:

That whole thing [with the film] Who Killed the Electric Car?’, it really is true,” claims Harrelson. “They did try to stamp it out in many ways . . . My RAV4 drives like a normal car. It goes 70mph. You could maybe get it up to 75mph. There are no drawbacks at all except that eventually you’re gonna have to plug it back in.”

On his Hawaiian, off-gird, eco-village community:

“Everybody in the neighborhood is on solar power,” he says. “People get the concept that it’s like a commune, but this was a neighborhood that’s been there long before I got there, and they just never wanted power lines.”

On the current political situation in the U.S.:

“I just find it hard to believe that there’s going to be any evolution of politics from within,” he says. “I just think the system is so corrupt. And now we’re still stuck in this Bush-like quagmire nightmare. I like [Barack] Obama. He seems a little outside the norm. But we’ll see what happens.”

For the rest of the interview, please head on over to the UK Times here.

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