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The Sunflower the first solar concentrator small and light enough to fit on…

The Watts needed for every appliance in your home to get Solar Power to work for you!

Concerned about rising energy costs? Multiply the Watt/Hours by your electric rate to figure out how much that item is costing you!

innovative Thermoacoustic Stirling Engine (TASE). With no moving parts to convert thermal energy into usable power, the thermoacoustic technology from Qnergy represents a state-of-the-art development in the thermal engine arena.

With no moving parts to convert thermal energy into usable power, the thermoacoustic technology from Qnergy represents a state-of-the-art development in the thermal engine arena.

This Silent Rooftop Turbine Could Generate Half of Your Home's Energy http://mic.cm/1klMZwZ If you are interested in Solar panels, chat us up on Twitter! :) http://www.twitter.com/aessolar

The Archimedes is a new windmill design meant to power small homes. With an efficiency ratio, will this solve the world’s energy problems?

SimpliPhi Power is challenging Tesla Powerwall with a new energy storage solution.

The energy storage company SimpliPhi is leveraging its film and television experience to take on the Tesla Powerwall for home and light commercial markets.

hybrid wind and solar systems. I'd want to use Tesla batteries in the battery bank and a natural gas generator.

Hybrid wind and solar energy systems complement each other's peak energy production and can help maintain power if the energy grid fails.

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high gain omnidirectional antenna

Hummmm, kinda scary, but does it work? Harnessing 200 volts positive of free, unlimited and unmetered pure electrical energy

Silent rooftop wind turbines could generate half of a household's energy needs, adding solar panels as well could take the home off the power grid.

Electricity generation has associated risks and must only be carried out with exceptional health and safety checks to avoid surges, trip hazards etc. Silent rooftop wind turbines could generate half of a household's energy needs