Renewable Energy Solution of the Month: Wind – Part 2

May 29, 2011 by  
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To help support Climate Denial Crock of the Week Go to climatecrocks.com If the first wind video is blocked in your area, try here www.greenmanstudio.com I couldn’t fit nearly enough into my first wind video, and many of the unused clips address questions that viewers have since asked. Interconnecting wind farms www.wind-works.org Denmark number one www.forbes.com www.forbes.com No impact on property values green.blogs.nytimes.com eetd.lbl.gov US DOE Wind 20% by 2030 www1.eere.energy.gov Mitigating Bat impacts www.treehugger.com Renewables in Colorado www.washingtonpost.com climateprogress.org

3 phase brake switch for wind turbines wind generators vawts

May 27, 2011 by  
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our website www.mwands.com I’am demonstrating our new 3 phase brake switch and 3 phase rectifier combo designed by Missouri Wind And Solar. Also our all in one wind and solar charge controller board with inverter and dump load for wind turbines. At the end of the video i show our latest digital amp, volt meter, easy install. Thanks for watching. Jeff, MWAS

HIGH SPEED FALCON WIND TURBINE GENERATOR BLADES

May 18, 2011 by  
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www.mwands.com HIGH SPEED FALCON WIND TURBINE BLADES heres a link to the wind turbines on our store roof http

GREAT VERTICAL WIND TURBINE

May 12, 2011 by  
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We are currently seeking investors, and manufacturing companies to license, purchase patent rights, or enter into a royalty agreement for this, and our other inventions from “DW”- the inventors of this innovative new product. When you think about it, almost every great advance in medicine, art, engineering, politics, religion, design, and RULES FOR THINKING, in general, has occured when people challenged the previous rules of thought and tried a new approach. Here’s a unique inexpensive use for bamboo to make a vertical windmill. This is a new “spin” for bamboo! Let’s get this inexpensive vertical wind turbine product producing power in India, Africa, Asia, and other tropical bamboo growth areas globally. (pp) The power output can be adjusted to suit the given resource of wind currents from any direction. We have a solar photovoltaic componet add-on at high speed rotation as a hybrid energy additive for storage or kick laucnhing the “first motions”! (rotational inertia) It is said that fully 70% of the economy in areas of India come from bamboo products. Here’s one that produces energy & money long after it’s built. In addition, solar cells have been shown to last 25 years or more, so the additional high rpm solar umbrella on top, is a must! With this VAWT, ALL WINDS ARE ACCEPTED FROM ALL DIRECTIONS! (no tail fin needed) Also, this VAWT has easy, low to the ground maintenance, –and cheap materials & as always, it’s “cost per watt” to the bottem $$$$$$- line. To capture a

How to Make Solar Panel – A Quick And Easy 101 Guide to Solar Energy Production

May 6, 2011 by  
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www.SolarPoweredHome.us – So, you are interested in knowing how to generate power and reduce your electricity bills, than you have come to the right place. With the ever increasing costs of living and global warming, there should be better time when we stop throwing money out the window and save some by starting to generate our own electricity. Whether you want to simply cut your power bills to half or completely eliminate them the one stop solution is SolarPoweredHome. Why pay a huge amount like 00s for utilization of solar or wind power when you can have the opportunity to build your own home made solar system for less than 0. Thats right, there are guides that teach you everything you need to know about generating your own electricity by using wind and solar power. With the complete step-by-step setup fully illustrated manuals and easy to follow video instructions present in the guide you will be able to create renewable energy at home. Solar and wind power systems brought from the market costs higher but the guide and the program in it gives you the information that is required to get the same results at a tiny price. Once you have learned and ready to build and install your alternate power supply, you will save hundreds of dollars on your electricity bill. You need not have to build a 500 hundred foot high wind turbine to save lots of money on energy, a much smaller can be built by following the instructions present in the SolarPoweredHome kit. The

Should You Use Domestic Solar Panel to Power Your Home and How

May 6, 2011 by  
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www.SolarPoweredHome.us – So, you are interested in knowing how to generate power and reduce your electricity bills, than you have come to the right place. With the ever increasing costs of living and global warming, there should be better time when we stop throwing money out the window and save some by starting to generate our own electricity. Whether you want to simply cut your power bills to half or completely eliminate them the one stop solution is SolarPoweredHome. Why pay a huge amount like 00s for utilization of solar or wind power when you can have the opportunity to build your own home made solar system for less than 0. Thats right, there are guides that teach you everything you need to know about generating your own electricity by using wind and solar power. With the complete step-by-step setup fully illustrated manuals and easy to follow video instructions present in the guide you will be able to create renewable energy at home. Solar and wind power systems brought from the market costs higher but the guide and the program in it gives you the information that is required to get the same results at a tiny price. Once you have learned and ready to build and install your alternate power supply, you will save hundreds of dollars on your electricity bill. You need not have to build a 500 hundred foot high wind turbine to save lots of money on energy, a much smaller can be built by following the instructions present in the SolarPoweredHome kit. The

Renewable Energy Solution of the Month – Wind

May 5, 2011 by  
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To help support Climate Denial Crock of the Week Go to climatecrocks.com If you can’t view the video because of copyright issues in Europe, go here www.greenmanstudio.com That there is power in the wind is not a new discovery, man has been using it for thousands of years. What most people don’t realize is how much experimentation has been going on in this century. There is no shortage of energy… 20% wind by 2030 www1.eere.energy.gov Shifting to Renewable by 2030 news.stanford.edu www.scientificamerican.com China takes lead in Wind Development www.youtube.com Oil spill animation blog.al.com Wind History part1 www.youtube.com Wind History part 2 www.youtube.com National Academy – Bird and Environmental impacts books.nap.edu storage plants in the US www.industcards.com Wind lowers electricity prices in Europe www.bloomberg.com reuters _ “Loss of Wind” event www.reuters.com Why the Texas event raises no concern about wind www.energypulse.net ERCOT study of “loss of wind” event interchange.puc.state.tx.us Denmark: Best for Doing Business_2 years in a row www.forbes.com New York Times – a Sea of Untapped Energy www.nytimes.com Nordpool implements negative price www.nordpoolspot.com Denmark: Happiest people in the world www.visitdenmark.com

Homemade Wind Turbines – Why Should You Make Your Own Wind Turbine?

April 18, 2011 by  
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www.WindEnergyGuide.net – Homemade wind turbines – Why Should You Make Your Own wind turbines? Building your own wind turbines is a great way to protect the environment and slash your monthly electricity bill. Contrary to common perception, making wind turbines is very easy and doesn’t require any special skills. The materials you are going to need are metal scissors, sandpaper, an electrical stove, copper leads, copper flashing sheet, etc. You can find these materials at your local hardware store at a very low price. The benefits of having your own residential solar power: 1. Reduce your electricity bill by more than 80%. 2. Create more energy than you use and get paid by your utility company. 3. Help to fight global warming and protect the environment by reducing your carbon footprint. 4. Stop depending on non-renewable energy resources. You can have your own power source and stop caring about power outages. 5. You can go completely off-grid, not affected in the least by rising energy prices. 6. Get tax credits for using green energy. 7. You can have a lot of fun in the process! To build this system you will need to spend 0 – 0 and you can use it to power any appliance in your home: computer, lights, washing machine, fridge. Compared to the cost of installing a pre-made wind turbine, making your own is much more affordable, considering the fact that a ready made one way cost up to 00. It would be better to install the system on your roof so that it can absorb

(1/4) Wind Turbine Beats the “Betz Limit”

April 16, 2011 by  
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Mark Matthews, VP of Sales and Marketing with WindTamer Turbines discusses; combining Wind with Solar power, how the WindTamer surpasses the “Betz Limit” and off-grid applications. Mr. Matthews holds a BS in Engineering Management and Chemical Engineering from Missouri University of Science and Technology

Solar Power and GreenFlow Energy

April 15, 2011 by  
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GreenFlow Energy is a corporation providing innovative solutions for renewable energy development in North America. The principal aim of GreenFlow Energy is to position photovoltaic solar panels as a mainstream energy source. Backed by the government of Ontario, our qualified team of structural engineers, master electricians and site developers boast over 25 years experience. We offer our clients a government contracted AAA secured investment and the opportunity to be a forerunner in the field of sustainable energy. The benefits of our mission are twofold: GreenFlow Energy contributes to the reduction of greenhouse emissions worldwide while offering at least 15% annual return to our investors. GreenFlow Energy participates in the Ontario Power Authority’s (OPA) Feed In Tariff (FIT) program. The program was introduced in the Canadian Green Energy Act of 2009 with the intention of developing renewable energy sources, stimulating economic growth and mobilizing the province of Ontario into becoming a world leader of solar power production. Visit www.greenflowenergy.com for more information. Take Our 60 Second Solar Roof Evaluation. Find Out If Your Commercial Or Industrial Rooftop Could Be Earning You Money www.greenflowenergy.com

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