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yufei 01-23-2011 06:44 AM

Do Something for the Energy Crisis
 
Nowadays, as the energy crisis is more and more serious, it has become the public concern gradually. And people also start to realize that if we still rely on the non-renewable sources excessively, the situation will go worse and worse. Therefore, the non-renewable sources appear more important in our daily life, like solar energy, hydro energy, and wind energy, these three types of energy work as the solutions.

I advise you to follow the guides of a reputable company as they are written by professional environmentalists, who guide you with safety. When you decide to build a power generator or home solar panel or even a wind turbine do not depend on the free information downloaded from the internet because if you make a single mistake the entire project can be ruined, and may put your life in danger. A single solar panel or small wind turbine will produce enough power to operate a laptop, television, plus one or two small appliances and will last many years.
Know more about energy here.

The_AirHawk 01-23-2011 07:58 AM

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Originally Posted by yufei (Post 254897)
A single solar panel or small wind turbine will produce enough power to operate a laptop, television, plus one or two small appliances and will last many years.

And will have a ROI of only about 22 years........

(except the "single solar panel" cannot power even a modern, watt-thirsty laptop)

(and the wind turbine has a usable-lifespan of about 6-years, if it is windy-enough to allow it to output 70% of its rated-capacity 70% of the time)

(now you know why "Do It Yourselfers" ignore the "reputable companies" and build their own equipment - because the "reputable companies" are Liars and Thieves)

mscuddy 01-24-2011 02:27 PM

I have a hit-or-miss engine of 4 hp. that has 400 lb. flywheels and a single cylinder configuraiton of about 14,000 cc's. It runs on parrifin wax, turpentine or diesel. It's hooked up tp an array of about 25 Mr. Goodwrench rebuilt aut0 alternators. We are in the phaze of hooking up the alternators to the battery pack, and are looking for a phaze transmogrifier that will convert the 12v to 115-120. We figure it will be able to power abut three houses with enough juice to fry insects with the dozens of bug-zappers we have around the property. Now if that's not energy efficiency I don't know what is...

pplassm 01-26-2011 09:45 AM

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