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Residential Wind Power

  • Working With The Power Of Wind
    Wind power is growing in popularity as an alternative to fossil fuel and one of the best of the renewable energy sources. The use of wind power requires wind turbines. Wind turbine generators do little to harm the environment and are far preferable in this regard to fossil fuel. The only disadvantage is that they cannot be used everywhere. In order to effectively use turbines to generate wind power you would need an average wind speed of at least Read More...
  • Huff and Puff - Power Your Home with the Wind
    The fastest growing alternative energy platform in the United States is the wind. No, Iím not blowing hot air. Cheap and Productive Manipulating the wind to generate electricity for your home is cheap, easy and very misunderstood. First, you donít have to live in the middle of tornado alley to generate electricity from the wind. Second, you donít need tulips and windmill like youíve seen in pictures of Holland. Third, smaller wind systems are s Read More...
  • California Residential Wind Power
    The State of California leads the way in renewable energy initiatives and offers generous rebates of 50% for select wind power systems. The wind power systems described in this article are connected to the utility company, or grid tied, and donít incorporate storage batteries. In California excess power generated by a wind power system can be sold back to the utilitiy (net metering). The 5 basic requirements for a wind power system: 1. You own Read More...
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