Wind Powered Beach Mutant Robot

May 25, 2011 by  
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Wind powered skeletal robot made from cheap plastic tubes and rope. Wings gather wind which is stored in bottles and when enough energy is gathered it can move on its many legs. www.itnsource.com Reuters 7968/05

Wind Generator Kit For Sale

May 5, 2011 by  
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WINDENERGY7.COM – – Wind Generator Kit For Sale. Need a Wind Generator for your home. WindEnergy7 is the right place to buy your wind generator because they sell COMPLETE systems with COMPLETE technical support. Many customers of WindEnergy7 will install their systems themselves. WindEnergy7 LLC — Ohio Based Home Wind Turbine, and Solar Energy Product Manufacturer. Inventor of the RoofMill™, the first and only complete Wind Hybrid system kit. We also sell the TowerMIll™, the fist and only complete engineered Wind/Solar Hybrid system for use as a tower mounted Home Wind Turbine system. The RoofMill™ system from WindEnergy7, an invention creating green jobs for US workers. The RoofMill™ provides free electricity, energy security, lower carbon footprint, and emergency back-up power for your residence. From the day of installation, a home windmill has improved your property value. Additionally, you will save money on your electric bill from that day forward. You can install the home wind turbine system yourself, or get an estimate from your local Electrician for a turn-key installation. You can also become the local dealer if there’s not one already established. The TowerfMill™ system from WindEnergy7, another innovation creating green jobs for US workers. The TowerMill™ provides free electricity, energy security, lower carbon footprint, and emergency back-up power for your residence. If you have the space for a windmill tower, this product may be something you would like

GE Ecomagination Challenge

April 17, 2011 by  
Filed under Wind and Solar

tinyurl.com – – – Our GE Ecomagination Challenge, for RoofMill™, if we win the GE Ecomagination challenge for a contest to find the best home energy inventions out there. WindEnergy7, an Ohio based manufacturer and inventor of wind and solar home energy products has put their hat into the ring. My hope is that this becomes the.. GE RoofMill™ or similar and is picked up or sponsored by a company who can help me go to the next level. WindEnergy7 Reviews. I have developed the best home energy system there is and would like to bring the cost down by higher volume. Think about it.. GE RoofMill™, pretty cool. Or really any other large company who has appliances or home improvement products. Maybe… Whirlpool RoofMill™, Kenmore RoofMill™, MayTag RoofMill™, Square-D RoofMill™, Amana RoofMill™, Lowe’s RoofMill™, Sears RoofMill™, Home Depot RoofMill™. – – – Can you name a better new product for Home Energy and there is No Equal Product, I invented the RoofMill™. Best thing to me is that I am taking it to market all by myself and the idea and product is so good, so right, that I am exporting worldwide already and installed all over the US. Most fun I have ever had in my life! I have about 4 years of hard work in this system and the success of it is more exciting every day. Last year I won a Green Design Contest on Eath Day. A major electronics supplier awarded the prize to the RoofMill™ and it was a great thrill. When I started developing this a few years ago, I must say, people

The Past May Be Dim, But The Future Is Bright For Solar Energy

August 24, 2009 by  
Filed under Wind And Solar Energy

Where would we be without inventions? Well, the answer is fairly easy to surmise; sitting around in our mud huts hoping the cow will produce some milk, and that our vegetables will grow. Inventions have given humans the edge over the other species on the planet, as our collaborative minds create a new world bigger and better than the one before.

The problem is, humans are fallible – and what’s more, arrogant. Humans have, throughout the centuries, had an uncanny ability to invent things that will improve our lives forever – but we’re just as likely to boast about our discoveries, too. This desire to show the world what we have uncovered and just how very clever we are has lead to many good inventions being tried before they were ready; they subsequently failed, and the idea was pushed to the back of a drawer, banished from history forever.

The inventions that have survived have done so for one of two reasons: firstly, the inventor was wise enough to perfect his invention before unveiling it to the general public in a blaze of glory. Or, as is more likely, a good idea may have experienced a bad start, but has been good enough for people to persist and perfect the technology as it works along.

Solar panels very nearly suffered the fate of numerous other inventions that were revealed to the public too soon and proven to be disastrous, thus shoved to the back of the drawer and forgotten about. Excited scientists proudly told the world how the dependence on fossil fuels would be able to end, and all thanks to something called solar panels and their ability to generate electricity.

Yet they went public too soon, with an imperfect technology, and solar panels quickly got a reputation as unreliable. However, the idea stuck, and now we exist in a world where solar panels are almost becoming the norm. Solar panels have thus proven that even after a bad start, the good ideas tend to stick.