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SEG – Searl Effect Generator

April 14th, 2009 No comments

Searl Effect Generator (SEG) is “open system energy converting device” which is “capable of converting ambient sources of energy to electrical power”.

“The Searl Effect is based on magnetic waveforms that generates a continual motion of magnetized rollers around magnetized rings.

The energy conversion needed to power it involves processing of random quantum fluctuations and kinetic energy within the atomic lattice into coherent currents of electron pairs Read more…

Solar Power

April 14th, 2009 No comments

Solar power virtually unlimited source of clean energy that could easily uproot our dependencies on grid-tie electricity. The initial costs for solar systems can be quite expensive when powering common devices that are not efficient. When implementing a solar system with a limited budget one should closely examine their electricity usage and how it can be limited as well as switching to devices that are designed highly efficient.

Solar Generators can be setup in many different configurations including hybrids with other/existing systems. A simple independent solar system consists of solar panels, batteries, charge controller, and sine wave inverter to deliver AC power.
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Switching to solar energy greatly reduces environmental issues and enables an off-the-grid solution so there aren’t recurring fee’s for power consumption.

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Wind Power

April 10th, 2009 No comments

Wind power is another source of clean energy that has been around for a very long time and is widely used for commercial power generation.  It has been time to bring them to our homes.  Harnessing power from wind is typically done using a wind turbine , batteries, charge controller, and sine wave inverter to deliver AC power.
Additional components and information.

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