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View Resource Choosing the Best Batteries: 2009 Battery Specifications Guide

Chemistry? Capacity? Nominal voltage? Brand? Use our comprehensive buyer’s guide to choose the best battery for your needs. Become an online member to view article.

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View Resource The Acid Test: EV Batteries

What is best for your EV application? Traction batteries explained and compared. Become an online member to view article.

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View Resource Lessons from a Wind Tinkerer: An Interview with Scoraig Wind Electric's Hugh Piggott

Hugh Piggott is one of the few successful wind energy do-it-yourselfers. We question him on the secrets of wind genny design. Become an online member to view article.

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View Resource Choosing Your RE Installer

For many, hiring a professional to install their RE system is the best choice. Here’s how to get the most from the best. Become an online member to view article.

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View Resource Site Survey for a Renewable Energy System: An Interview with Chris LaForge of Great Northern Solar

Chris LaForge takes a ?bold truth? approach toward site survey and system design. Scared at first, his customers are satisfied in the long run. And the RE movement grows on success. Become an onl...

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