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Sunday, April 18, 2010

Copied from only I am Abandoining the site and my son is taking it over

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Check out imagineering engineering gundagai its a more intense site

green sustainable cheep electricity and lights

This is my old mate Donny the owner of the famous race horse Sanjapaddy,the sun was shining and we went to the rubbish tip and Donny said you could furnish a house from here . So I thought it could be done so went about it because Donny got a bit giddy so I got a chair for him to sit on, He said carpet would be good and the carpet was found and another chair for me. He said the cricket was on and he said a bit of telly might go good and a table and TV were found as well, A wind break was fashioned and a smoke detector was placed in the tree above him pots and pans and there it is home sweet home. Then this lady came to the tip and was asking Donny what he was doing and he said waiting for the cricket to come on! Pity we didn't have electricity but if I looked hard enough I would have found that too....cheers Stewart

Monday, August 31, 2009

lies taken from a web site on solar energy

wow using energy when power is turned off? don't believe everything that is spruked off about in the media and the Internet....this is how it read

"unplug devices that are always using electricity, such as cell phone chargers or computers. A startling fact is that on average, 75% of electricity consumed by home appliances is when they are turned off."

This was written by a person who says you can make your own solar panels for one hundred dollars.
There is a lot of work assembling a panel and if one connection brakes the panel wont work.
Do you have the equipment to work out where the brake is?
Started small an got bigger with the things Ive done over many years .
I myself would not entertain building a grid interactive solar system as the problems can be immense. By all means have a go at making a panel...make a smaller panel first to charge batteries or light an area at night , and with experience you learn, you can go on to bigger things . My blogspot started small and grew slowly so did the things we made. cheers Stewart

diy solar

Solar hot water heater is made from an old keg that I got from the rubbish tip for $5 and the pannel cost two dollars.All up with plumbing it was about $50.The keg is insulated with old carpet.Another way would be to put the keg into an old fridge with a glass sheet instead of the door.Paint the keg black and put alimiumn foil on the inside of the fridge, paint the outside of the fridge black, face it to the sun and wolla batch solar heater..cheers Stewart

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