May 26, 2011 by  
Filed under Wind and Solar This is a larger Stirling engine that has a 12v DC Permanent Magnet motor operating fixed as the flywheel bearing. It produces 15 Volt max with NO LOAD. This setup as is produces about 15 watts. The heat sink is a water cooled tank that is a bit short for the displacement piston but does work. I will be adding some heat sinks soon and testing it with the 56 inch dish and a Fresnel Lens. The motor/generator has an additional pulley that the other engine I have may be tied to. The water can be fed continuously or as a tank.

Solar Panels – How to Test – AltE Video Tip

May 7, 2011 by  
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Learn how to use a standard multimeter to test if a solar panel is electrically working correctly or not.

Homemade Wind Generator – How To Build A Home Wind Turbine! See Description For New Video!

April 28, 2011 by  
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DIYWind.BestReviewed.Net – If you are looking for a guide that will show you how to build a homemade wind generator, here is the most complete guide you will find. I’ve tried other plans that show you how to build home wind turbines, but they don’t offer nearly as much as this guide. You can learn to build turbines for as little at 0 or so that would cost over 0 for the same amount of power production if you bought it in stores or ordered a commercial generator over the Internet. Generators don’t take much maintenance once they are set up. These generators are well-engineered to take powerful winds and to produce a lot of power from them. It is the easiest way I know to build homemade wind turbines that will be inexpensive while also producing a lot of power. Check it out at the link above and you can totally eliminate your power bill by building one yourself! PS This is a commercial guide to build wind and solar power and it costs a bit of money. If you buy through this link above, I’m getting some commission, too, just to let you know. This is no way biases my opinion on the product, however! And if you don’t like it after you buy, just email the Earth4Energy website or go directly to (order processor) and ask for your money back. You’ll get it back, no questions asked. Just shows how much they believe in their guide. Hope you like it and good luck!


April 24, 2011 by  
Filed under Wind and Solar This is a grid tie inverter that is 200 watts. It actually reads a bit higher for various reasons. This was to see how well it worked. POWER INVERTERS.