LG CES 2010: GD510 Solar Powered Cell Phone

May 30, 2011 by  
Filed under Wind and Solar

“A truly “”green”” phone, the LG GD510 features many innovative features: – Built-in solar panel for charging the phone – 10 minutes of sun = 2 min 15 sec of talk time or 180 min standby – Eco-calculator shows amount of CO2 emissions saved by using solar power – Plugged in, the phone has a reminder to unplug the charger once it’s fully charged – Packaging is made from recycled paper & soy ink – The phone does not contain any polyvinyl chloride (PVC)”

Broken Moon – 52/72min Documentary

May 27, 2011 by  
Filed under Wind and Solar

Watch Full Film Here: vodsite.journeyman.tv See how the sun is burning our world up. To see more go to www.youtube.com Follow us on Facebook (goo.gl or Twitter (www.twitter.com Brimming with majesty, this HD documentary offers a startling glimpse of one of the most remote corners of the planet. As the sun beats down and the wind whips dust into his eyes, Sonam, a Himalayan nomad, struggles across a desperate, arid landscape. His region faces the most dramatic temperature rises on the planet. The climate has changed, suddenly turning his once beautiful world into an endless desert. Now Sonam and his people face a desperate decision, whether or not to leave their homeland forever, or stay on and fight the increasingly extreme weather. May 2011

STIRLING ENGINE SOLAR POWER PARABOLIC MIRROR ELECTRIC GENERATOR

May 26, 2011 by  
Filed under Wind and Solar

www.greenpowerscience.com 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.

The Future Of Solar Energy

May 25, 2011 by  
Filed under Wind and Solar

Experts have suggested that solar-powered energy can become a significant and cost-efficient replacement for fossil fuels in the near future, but will the government help? Tony Guida reports.

Energy 101: Solar PV

May 25, 2011 by  
Filed under Wind and Solar

Solar photovoltaic (PV) systems can generate clean, cost-effective power anywhere the sun shines. This video shows how a PV panel converts the energy of the sun into renewable electricity to power homes and businesses.

Solar Energy Concentrator

May 24, 2011 by  
Filed under Wind and Solar

Purchase: hilaroad.com This video demonstrates how solar energy can be focused with a curved mirror. Once focused this energy can be used to cook food, sterilize water even create electricity. Includes an explanation of Energy, Power, Joules, Watts. Examples of radiant, heat, chemical and kinetic energy are given. Includes links to directions for constructing a simple solar concentrator.

Solar Panels – How to Make a Homemade Solar Panel

May 22, 2011 by  
Filed under Wind and Solar

www.EnergyBrainiac.com – How to Make a Homemade Solar Panel Solar panels, unlike before, are cheap and easy to install with great efficiency. With this advent, you can save big money as well as help save the environment. A DIY kit is available and has an easy to follow instruction with them. What you need is some simple tools and you’re done. Here is your guide to make a homemade solar panel 1. First, you must know the loads of your solar panel and the package that is affordable to you. One watt of solar panel module will coast you about and a 200 watts module is around 00. If you need more power, you can connect this to form a collector to produce your desired power needs. Electrical connections are made in series to achieve a desired output voltage and/or in parallel to provide a desired amount of current capability. 2. After selecting the solar panel modules, you need a charge controller which is an important system component that regulates the voltage generated by the solar panel. This will regulate your power and provide protection to the batteries from being over or under-charged. 3. Next, you need a solar inverter this will convert 12 volt DC (direct current) from solar panel to 125 volts AC (alternating current) which will feed your appliances. Some high end inverters combine an inverter, battery charger and dual transfer switch in one package. 4. Batteries are needed if there is no sun or there is a blackout in your area. Typically, lead acid batteries are

SOLAR POWER STEAM ENGINE 3 FRESNEL LENS GREENPOWERSCIENCE

May 22, 2011 by  
Filed under Wind and Solar

Two different steam engine powered by the sun. www.greenpowerscience.com

SATELLITE DISH CONVERSION Huge Parabolic Mirror Solar Power Reflective Film DIRECT TV SOLAR

May 17, 2011 by  
Filed under Wind and Solar

This is a short video lining a parabolic satellite dish and a pattern for a parabolic shape. greenpowerscience.com

STIRLING ENGINE FRESNEL LENS SOLAR POWER GREEN ENERGY SUN

May 12, 2011 by  
Filed under Wind and Solar

www.greenpowerscience.com GREEN POWER SCIENCE STIRLING ENGINE AND A FRESNEL LENS 1800 RPMS. HAD TO STOP AS ENGINE HEAT SHAFT WAS GETTING TOO HOT.

Next Page »