Generating Energy Storage & A Combination Renewable Energy System

Mar. 24, 2011 4:13 AM ET1 Comment
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Generating Energy Storage & A Combination Renewable Energy System
 
“It is cheaper to save energy than make energy”
 
Any renewable energy system that is installed should have extra capacity and be able to convert water into hydrogen which will be used to power a hydrogen generator as a back-up power source.
 
We should install a renewable energy system that utilizes solar & wind, when possible add geothermal to the mix.
 
A design is needed for a renewable energy system that can generate electricity and heat water with a step down mixer allowing the system to provide water hot enough for radiant heating and at the same time utilize a step down mixing valve to reduce the water temperature to be able its use for hot water in normal consumption.
 
A thermal renewable energy system may be able to provide both.
 
Prior to sizing up a renewable energy system, an energy audit should be conducted and energy efficiency recommendations should be implemented, that includes changing habits in utilizing energy and utilities in general.
 
Habitual changes can save between 20 to 50% of energy & utility consumption.
When people are considerate not to waste, they save resources and money.
 
YJ Draiman, Energy/Utility Analyst

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