PART- 1 – wind turbine and solar panel installation explained at home- http://www.rockriver.us –


www.rockriver.us The following videos document my personal experience with a complete DO-IT-YOURSELF approach to installing a wind turbine and solar panels to produce power for my home .

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  1. #1 by flir67 at October 14th, 2008

    hi, very interested in your setup, did you do all the wiring yourself and did it pass inspection? also why do you have that pipe running all the way across the floor beams out to the power station? couldn’t you just run it back out next to the input from the street?

  2. #2 by flir67 at October 14th, 2008

    nevermind I figured it out :), wow your windmill generator is huge lightening rod for that area, ever think of trying to harnass some of that lightening strikes for slow charge back into batteries.

  3. #3 by srockriver at October 15th, 2008

    Thats interesting you bring that up. I have always wondered if you could build a gigantic capacitor that could store the lightning and then just bleed the voltage out later. Just like those wind up emergency radios or shake up flashlights. Now that would be sweet..

  4. #4 by whatleymattu at June 5th, 2009

    could you tell me about what size solar panel i should get for my house . I would like to know about what kind of dent in my electric bill a solor panel(s) would do . thank you , i know almost nothing about solor power.

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