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View Resource Alternative Energy Blog

Alternative energy blog - news, views and strong opinions on alternate energy resources including solar energy, wind power, wave energy, geothermal & other renewable energy sources + news on other...

http://alt-e.blogspot.com/
View Resource Alternative Energy Resources

Library of books, articles, audio-visual materials

http://nmsua.edu/library/alternative-energy/
View Resource ATEEC Environmental & Energy Resources for Teachers

The ATEEC store provides a variety of downloadable documents -- many of them free -- for both community college faculty and K-12 teachers, These lesson plans, curricula, instructional materials,...

http://ateec.org/slide-post/over-300-free-downloads/
View Resource DIY: Thermal Storage Tubes

Water as a thermal mass.

http://www.buildinggreentv.com/workshop/plumbing-heating/305
View Resource Electric Side of Hydro Power: Power Transmission & Regulation Considerations

Designing the electrical side of your hydro system deserves equal attention. When it comes to transmitting and regulating the energy generated by your hydro turbine, making the right design choices...

http://www.homepower.com/view/?file=HP126_pg68_Ostermeier
View Resource Examining U.S. Freshwater Systems and Services: Reducing Conflicts at the Water‐Energy Interface

Working Session #4, Reducing Conflicts at the Water?Energy Interface, focused on addressing challenges at the intersection of water and energy. The discussion was specifically focused o...

http://www.johnsonfdn.org/sites/default/files/conferences/wh...
View Resource From Water to Wire: Building a Microhydro System

What better place to utilize hydro power than coastal British Columbia? A youth camp installs a substantial system with 500 feet (216 psi) of head, 2,200 feet of pipe, and a 10 inch Pelton runner.

http://homepower.com/article/?file=HP76_pg8_Talbot
View Resource From Water to Wire: Building a Microhydro System

What better place to utilize hydro power than coastal British Columbia? A youth camp installs a substantial system with 500 feet (216 psi) of head, 2,200 feet of pipe, and a 10 inch Pelton runner....

http://www.homepower.com/article/?file=HP76_pg8_Talbot
View Resource Microhydro Intake Design

Supply debris-free water to your turbine with a well-designed intake - the first critical step in developing a low-maintenance microhydro system.

http://www.homepower.com/view/?file=HP124_pg68_Ostermeier
View Resource No Batteries Required: Grid-Direct PV, Wind & Hydro-Electric Systems

It’s easier and cheaper than ever to install a PV, wind, or microhydro system at your home. The secret? Grid-direct batteryless inverters. Become an online member to view article.

http://www.homepower.com/article/?file=HP126_pg48_Butler
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