How Many Solar Panels Needed To Power A Home?
How big a solar power system do I need to power my house? The appropriate sizing of a solar power system to supply a home's electricity needs is one of the mos
Scalable First Flush System for Rainwater Collection
Here is a simple idea for a "first flush" system for rainwater collection. It is made of pvc pipe and the first flush section is made of 4 inch pipe. For every 18.5 inches used, it will hold 1 gallon. It is scalable by adding more pipes to the left side. I could use 2 pipes at 46 inches each and get 5 gallons of first flush capability, for example. The pipes have a bottom cap and a small hole drilled in them. This way, when the rain starts falling, the first 5 gallons would go into these…
Mega Power Bank
Mega Power Bank: Here's a super-sized power bank, able to keep all your gadgets charged many times over. It offers both USB charging and a 12V accessory socket - with a suitable inverter you can even power small mains devices. It also features a digital voltmeter,...
The Power of.. Solar Power (Infographic)
October 26th, 2011 by Zachary Shahan A small solar installer in Maryland, solargaines, provided me with this interesting solar power infographic yesterday. Definitely thought is was worth sharing. Of course, this is all about solar power, in general. If you’re actually interested in the cost of solar panels in Maryland, you can check out their [&hellip
Eco Gadgets: SunLight – A scalable source of solar-powered illumination - Ecofriend
Eco Factor: Solar-powered LED light. We have seen solar powered lighting solutions previously, but none of them was as innovative as the SunLight concept designed by Hermann Eske. The SunLight is a solar-powered light in which the solar panels are.
5 Things You Need for Solar Energy | SHTFPreparedness
5 Things You Need for Solar Energy - Solar is getting better. In the near future we will be looking at solar energy options that are comparable with that of our on grid providers.
New Stick-on Solar Panels Make Installations a Snap
Global Solar is introducing flexible solar modules that builders can stick directly on the roof, rather than construct racks to hold heavy glass-covered cells. The modules won't cost less than traditional arrays, at least initially, but they make it easier to include solar power at the time of construction and, without the racks, can cover a greater portion of the roof and provide more power.
Marty Essen: Cool Creatures Hot Planet: Exploring the Seven Continents
Solar Tunnel in Europe - 1st Railway structure used to Generate Green Energy - via Sustainable Man