Alternative Energy



The Equipment


Alternative Energy Equipment

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Radiant Floor System
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SOAP-Solar Opportunity Array Panel
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WARP--Hydraulic Battery
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Alternative Energy Equipment


This page will try to explain the differences in the equipment

that is used in conventional old power and the new

Alternative Energy and why I believe it is the best choice.


The old Dinosaur energy companies, a little play on words, Dinosaur

as in coal, gas and oil, has some really good old equipment, after

all they have been using it for around 100 years or so.


Nuclear power was the new kid on the block so to speak, so new

that no one gave a thought as to how or what we were going to do

with all of those fuel rods for the next 50 to 100 thousand years or so.

No one told us how much it was really going to cost to build them either,

the same goes for those gas, coal and oil plants.


The old style of Power comes out of the company to the grid,

flows to power lines and maybe into your home or building,

if Mother Nature or a vehicle doesn’t stop the flow.


The power company sends the power past you at the

street and you pay to have it hooked up to your home

or building and then pay them to use their electricity.


The equipment that you will need to run on Alternative Power

will depend on what you want to do and how fast

you want to get off of the grid.


To hook up a water heater:


(1)- Solar panel or panels.


(2)- Tank to hold the hot water.

(3)- Piping or tubing to and from panel.


 (4)- Valves to control water flow.


 (5)- Circulator pump to move the water, (Low voltage).


 (6)- Just like with any water heater a back flow preventer.


 (7)- A sensor to handle the water flow.



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Now if you wish to also heat with water you will need:


 (1)- Piping to a heater.


 (2)- A circulator pump to send hot water into the heating coil.


 (3)- A coil, baseboard or Radiant flow or ceiling heating.


 (4)- Thermostat to control water.


 (5)- A relay so that you can use a low voltage thermostat.


(6)- Wiring harness from panel to relay & Circulator.


For further information about any

of these and other energy saving ideas,

please contact me.



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