Will Solar Power Soon Overtake the Utility Companies?

    (Provided by Steven Nameroff - Monday, May 04, 2015)

Backup Generator Sales

As solar power and other renewable-energy sources drop in cost, a future that lets you generate and store your own electricity on the cheap may not be far off. Although this is great news for the consumer, utility companies will take a big hit. 



Naval Research & Hybrid Solar Power Generators

    (Provided by Steven Nameroff - Friday, March 27, 2015)

Power Generators for Sale

U.S. Marines are now content.  The Office of Naval Research has now granted them a contract to develop hybrid solar power generators.  These generators are going to assist Marines in consuming 40 percent less fuel than they do today.  The Marines will now have reliable electricity and can enjoy more rest and relaxation without the worry of faulty generators.

Seems like the fuel dependent generators Marines currently work with are one load too many.  Wherever the Marines station themselves they have to cart around huge loads of diesel that is 100 percent consumed by these large generators. The diesel also damages the local environment. 



Emergencies Happen - How To Keep Your Pets Safe

    (Provided by Steven Nameroff - Saturday, March 21, 2015)

Emergency Backup Power

Different type of disasters call for different sorts of measures, but in all emergencies you need to make sure that your pet is taken care of.  Here are 6 easy steps to follow in order to you and your pet for any disaster: 



Emergency Power Generators Don’t Shake, Rattle or Roll in California

    (Provided by Steven Nameroff - Monday, March 09, 2015)

Backup Power Generators

You just can’t rely on a low-end emergency power generator.  You just can’t.

Mercury News
has reported that an East Coast hospital placed lives at peril when its generators for power failed to work during Hurricane Sandy.  Patients relying on electrical support, even newborns were left in distress.

Turns out the generators installed at Constra Costa Health Services hadn’t been looked at since 2007 and did not comply with certain state requirements.
A situation like this can happen at any time.  Even hospitals on the West Coast that are randomly plagued by earthquakes could be in danger if trusty electrical power generators aren’t installed.  Even generators that aren’t properly fixed to a concrete area could shaken loose. 



New Tesla Power Technology Growing Beyond Cars

    (Provided by Steven Nameroff - Monday, March 02, 2015)

Power Generators - Clean Energy

Newly developed cars operating on clean battery power is currently being dominated by Tesla.  Producing enough power, these energy efficient automobiles can drive for hundreds of miles on a single charge.  Tesla is currently seeking to expand their horizons by applying the same innovation to residential and commercial power.

Tesla representative, Elon Musk, announced recently that the company is hoping to release the new technology sooner than previously anticipated, providing battery power to residents and businesses throughout the United States.  By integrating the new battery system in either setting’s “green energy” generator supply network, the locations reliance on utility companies is significantly reduced or possibly eliminated.  The batteries will operate as external storage for energy generated by the establishment’s power network.  For example, your solar power panels collect the energy and the batteries store the energy. 



Lack of Oil Pipe Line Disaster – Unclean Energy Hazard

    (Provided by Steven Nameroff - Friday, February 27, 2015)

A massive eruption of flames because of a crude oil transport derailment shows greatly to the small town of Mount Carbon, close to Charleston, the need for an oil pipeline. Flames could be seen for miles as nearby witnesses looked on at the fiery storm that proceeded.  Sadly enough it was reported that one home was destroyed as a result not to mention that the flames could be seen burning even a day later.

If recent activists against the idea of an oil pipeline think government-regulated transportation of oil using a pipeline is scary, these same individuals need to communicate with the local residents of Mount Carbon.  One can safely assume that, in their opinion, having a pipeline is safer than transporting oil via train.



Blue Energy – Harvesting the Power of the Sea

    (Provided by Steven Nameroff - Monday, February 16, 2015)

A number of kilometers off the coast close to Perth in Western Australia covered beneath the swells and concealed of watchful marine h2o enthusiasts, a few giant buoys will soon begin producing a source of electricity as they bob to the rhythm of the Indian Ocean. 



Disaster Approaches - Tips to Avoid the Chaos

    (Provided by Steven Nameroff - Friday, February 13, 2015)

Power Generator Installation

A standby generator has become a staple for many homeowners. It can easily make the difference between comfortably weathering the storm, or suffering many inconveniences. The large commercial generators require the assistance of a professional for their safe installation. An improperly installed generator can risk your life and that of power employees who may be repairing power lines.



$40 Trillion Over 20 Years – Oil’s on it’s way Out!

    (Provided by Steven Nameroff - Monday, February 09, 2015)

Within the next 20 years, it is estimated that about $40 trillion will be invested in the energy sector.

Global inventories of oil are dropping radically as the price of oil falls below $50 per barrel.  Renewable Energy continues to make its mark on investors and users. Clean or green technology has become more than just a wish; it is fast becoming a requirement.

Hydrocarbons found in the earth’s crust equate to about 12,000 gigatonnes. The cheaper oils are usually found in Ghawar field in Saudi Arabia and have surpassed the peak of production, and they may continue to produce but at a decreased output level.



Tragic & Unexpected - Massive Storm Causes Major Damage

    (Provided by Steven Nameroff - Friday, February 06, 2015)

Even though the most recent storm that hit the northeast fell below levels projected, it shut down communities and an entire island on the east coast. For more than 2 days, 30,000 were without power.

Nantucket island was completely cut off during the storm due to salt water and ice damage to their power equipment.

Forecasters credited the light snow with fewer than anticipated levels of power outages. Heavy, frozen snow can build up on power lines causing them to break and lose their power feed. 






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