Plug 'n Play(almost) Wind Generator

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rossasaurus
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Pretty slick setup. $5k
Pour concrete base, winch it into place and plug it into an outlet on your house circuit. This could charge an e-ride quite nicely.

http://www.mariahpower.com/

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http://mariahpower.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=100&Itemid=240

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dogman
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Re: Plug 'n Play(almost) Wind Generator

That is nice! Are you sure it's not reall a sculpture? Those are the prettiest ones I ever saw! Unfortunately where I live the wind resource is not so good. I need solar. Right now I am building air heat collectors for this winter.

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