electric grid





5/27/2015
Transformation of the electricity sector may be able to be delayed by wasting billions of federal tax dollars on unnecessary meters, and large long-distance transmission lines, but it cannot be stopped. It may be a politically rocky transition for the foreseeable future, but I am confident America will certainly achieve energy independence and clean energy abundance.
5/11/2015
In our first installment, we covered the basics of electricity generation and the process by which a wind turbine creates power. This time, we’ll look at the benefits of adding a wind turbine as a source of clean power for your home.
4/24/2015
In this blog series, we look at how a small wind turbine works, while exploring the concept of the smart home microgrid.
3/9/2012
A short simple explanation of how to project your electrical needs in order to size your electrical off grid system.
3/2/2012
Two easy steps to reduce your electrical use whether you live off grid or not.
1/27/2012
This is the last of a series in home and energy options available to us. It is a short summary of all of the choices we have when designing a new home on or off grid that will benefit your energy use.
12/26/2008
It's easy to find out what fuels your power comes from using this nifty tool from the EPA. 
8/27/2008
If we want more electricity from renewable sources, we need to think about upgrades to our electric grid.
7/23/2008
Texas is already the U.S. leader in wind power, and that lead is about to get even bigger.




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