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Offline markdansie

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Re: Self-sustained power generator
« Reply #45 on: July 29, 2013, 06:51:19 AM »
I am just wondering FatBird do you wear a aluminium foil hat?
I remember you form years ago telling the same story over and over as the technologies fell one by one.
In the mean time the rest of the world is adopting renewable technologies at an accelerating rate. In some countries it is breath taking like here in the Philippines they aim for power production to be 100% renewable in 10 years.
With breakthroughs in energy storage and transportation technologies we are seeing the birth of the electric or fuel cell vehicles.
Funny thing is big oil is one of the largest investors in this technology.
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Re: Self-sustained power generator
« Reply #45 on: July 29, 2013, 06:51:19 AM »

Offline conradelektro

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Re: Self-sustained power generator
« Reply #46 on: July 29, 2013, 11:10:32 AM »

In some countries it is breath taking like here in the Philippines they aim for power production to be 100% renewable in 10 years.


There is a region in Austria (Burgenland, one of the nine federal states) which is already producing 112 % of its electric energy with wind turbines. There are also some smaller solar panel parks and biomass gas producing stations. The surplus is distrubutede to other regions in Austria.

http://www.igwindkraft.at/?mdoc_id=1017600 (unfortunately only in German)

http://www.igwindkraft.at/?xmlval_ID_KEY[0]=1047  the whole of Austria is moving rapidly towards renewable energy sources, mostly hydro electric power stations, wind turbines, biomass gas and solar panel parks.

The example of the region Burgenland shows clearly that it is rather a political issue than a technical. The means are there (hydroelectric stations, wind turbines, solar panels, biomass gas) but there must be the political will to use it (to invest in this renewable sources rather than in oil or coal).

People have to realise that energy production is politics. But energy politics is in most parts of the world driven by big business (oil, coal). Only in small regions (like Burgendland) people took over energy production by having the state invest in renewable energy sources. And it works.

It might be difficult to move away from oil with cars, lorries and moving machines, but it is feasible to produce the electricity for households and businesses from renewable sources.

The solution for transport is public transport (trains, local electric buses, electric street cars and subways). In Austria people use trains more than ever (a strong revival).

Greetings, Conrad

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Re: Self-sustained power generator
« Reply #47 on: July 29, 2013, 04:07:00 PM »
There is a region in Austria (Burgenland, one of the nine federal states) which is already producing 112 % of its electric energy with wind turbines. There are also some smaller solar panel parks and biomass gas producing stations. The surplus is distrubutede to other regions in Austria.

http://www.igwindkraft.at/?mdoc_id=1017600 (unfortunately only in German)

http://www.igwindkraft.at/?xmlval_ID_KEY[0]=1047  the whole of Austria is moving rapidly towards renewable energy sources, mostly hydro electric power stations, wind turbines, biomass gas and solar panel parks.

The example of the region Burgenland shows clearly that it is rather a political issue than a technical. The means are there (hydroelectric stations, wind turbines, solar panels, biomass gas) but there must be the political will to use it (to invest in this renewable sources rather than in oil or coal).

People have to realise that energy production is politics. But energy politics is in most parts of the world driven by big business (oil, coal). Only in small regions (like Burgendland) people took over energy production by having the state invest in renewable energy sources. And it works.

It might be difficult to move away from oil with cars, lorries and moving machines, but it is feasible to produce the electricity for households and businesses from renewable sources.

The solution for transport is public transport (trains, local electric buses, electric street cars and subways). In Austria people use trains more than ever (a strong revival).

Greetings, Conrad

In the USA, renewable is still much more expensive than coal plants.  Electric prices are increasing in the US due to wind/solar power costs.  Plus wind only works when the wind blows, then the energy that is not used on the fly, must be stored for later use at great expense.  Solar only works when the sun shines; every night the panels sit idle.  Therefore, the energy during the day must also be stored or only used during the day, also at higher expense.  Solar and wind are to intermittent and are more expensive.  I believe that the new technology of improved generator efficiency (at dynamaticmotors) is the only practical path that could be cost efficient when compared to all other sources.  But it needs more development to be commercially useful and practical.

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Re: Self-sustained power generator
« Reply #47 on: July 29, 2013, 04:07:00 PM »
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Re: Self-sustained power generator
« Reply #48 on: January 07, 2015, 01:34:38 AM »
Here is an update of my prototype https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tUSMfJppnBY   or go to my channel Roberto Montes kinetic energy . please take into consideration that I do not have financial help the Al gears I had to cast them myself it took aprox 6 to 8 months working only on weekends the difficult part was the molds but once I got it right I stopped only when I ran out of Al cans helpful youtube channel for metal casting "myfordboy" the gen shown in the video I didn't like it very little power so I decided to go with a bigger coreless gen, will show it on next video when someone can back me up on the specs after testing it

 

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