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February 24, 2006

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bali

This website has some of the newest titles on Oil, Gas & Enery related subjects

jeremy


Here is a link might be useful :
a technical guide :
http://www.electrical-installation.merlingerin.com/

Michael Glover

What is the real cost or savings for KW's shifted off-peak with thermal storage?

grand@michael-glover.com

Taniya

Nice blog about energy storage.
http://www.mrsolarenergy.com

Kit P

Let me see if I understand the theory correctly. To keep from building new generating facilities we should build new storage facilities that are bigger and have greater environmental impact. Then we can blight the country side with windmills.

chester jacob

if you are interested in learning exactly how to generate power and reduce your bill then this is the perfect resource for you!

http://www.windpowercost.org/

Solar Power for Your Home

This is a great resource on energy storage, thanks for the write up

Travis

Wow, very thorough and informative article about energy storage. Thanks!

wind turbine

Wind turbines are used to generate electricity from the kinetic power of the wind. Historical they were more frequently used as a mechanical device to turn machinery.

NP7-12

Grea article. Is the guide available in bookstores?

Joshuallo234 - Solar Power Energy

great guide!it helps but I still need more information about this, thanks for this.

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