Monthly Archive: February 2013

STIRLING ENGINE FREE ENERGY SOLAR STIRLING POWER FRESNEL LENS

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Q&A: What type of wires should i use for a solar panel?

Question by Junior: What type of wires should i use for a solar panel? I got an 8v solar panel for a project today, the only problem is that it came without any wires attached to it. Now i don’t know what type of wires i should use and if i should solder them on …

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Clean Break: The Story of Germany’s Energy Transformation and What Americans Can Learn from It (Kindle Single)

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Solar and Wind Power – Renewable Energy Systems

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Q&A: Do photovoltaic solar panels produce more energy in hot and humid areas ?

Question by Soroush: Do photovoltaic solar panels produce more energy in hot and humid areas ? Hi, I’m trying to buy some solar panels and I’ve heard that they produce much more energy in hot and humid areas (our area obviously!). What I’ve heard is about 4 or 5 times the nominal watt. So, is …

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How efficient is wind power? Does it cost more than burning coal?

Question by Peoplez: How efficient is wind power? Does it cost more than burning coal? Is it economically efficient to have wind power as your source of electricity? Best answer: Answer by 306brokecan’t see it cost more then coal for the simple fact that wind is free! the technology is expensive however but once it’s …

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Do-It-Yourself solar energy.

Building a small solar panels set up is very affordable and as solar starts to catch on in the professional market the price will begin to drop. Supplementing power in your home can drastically cut down on your electric bill. sites like www.freesunpower.com have a lot of great info for basics and beginners.






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Q&A: How much watts of current an inverter takes to charge its battery to run an electric appliance.?

Question by renjith v: How much watts of current an inverter takes to charge its battery to run an electric appliance.? How much current an inverter consumes to charge the battery to run a 100W home appliance for one hour. I would like to know is it economical to use inverters instead of electricity supplied …

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If Natural Gas is the pollution free energy to get us off of oil why is Obama and gang trying to stop it?

Question by Foghorn: If Natural Gas is the pollution free energy to get us off of oil why is Obama and gang trying to stop it? If we move to ethanol then the price of corn is going to go through the roof. Doesn’t Obama care about food prices? Why not let the market decide …

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