How To Hydroponics – S02E18 Solar Panels For a Greenhouse

May 27, 2011 by  
Filed under Wind and Solar

Getting the new solar panels connected seemed to go alright. Looking forward to seeing how the new battery banks preforms also.

How to Make an Inexpensive Vertical Wind Turbine – Part 2

April 25, 2011 by  
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Kit for sale now- www.berezintechnologies.com blog — http (more info) DIY vertical wind turbine of the Savonius style. Notable is that the largest part of this turbine is recycled materials (the PVC drums previously held Balsamic Vinegar from Italy and the generator is a recycled automotive alternator with magnets added). Axle: 3 inch PVC piping from Home Depot Bearings: 5 inch lazy suzan from Lowes. Part 3 will cover connection to the battery bank with charge controller www.berezin.com (My Blog with more info and photos on this and will contain DXF drawings of the gears and other components which can be made manually or with CNC)

How to Install Solar Panels : Battery Banks for Solar Energy

April 23, 2011 by  
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The battery bank gets the needed voltage to individual inverters. Learn about the battery bank for solar power from a professional in this free energy conservation video. Expert: Roger Bacon Bio: Roger Bacon is the owner of RGB Home Repair and Renovation in Santa Barbara California. He has experience in all phases of home repair and renovations such as plumbing, heating and solar power. Filmmaker: Diana Bacon

How to Make an Inexpensive Vertical Wind Turbine – Part 1

April 18, 2011 by  
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Kit for sale now- www.berezintechnologies.com Visit Blog at http for details on wind and other stuff I do. Part 2 is now done and covers power generation: www.youtube.com Harness the wind for less than 0. DIY vertical wind turbine of the Savonius style. Notable is that this cost less than 0 in materials so far and that the largest part of this turbine is recycled materials (the PVC drums previously held Balsamic Vinegar from Italy). Also, this turns well in a very light wind. Axle: 3 inch PVC piping from Home Depot Bearings: 5 inch lazy suzan from Lowes. Part 2 will cover power generation and connection to the battery bank.