California Plants

TECHNOLOGY input electricity.-first we will focus to the electricity generation based on Central plants that produce the steam required to move electric generators. Here we refer exclusively to the huge plants whose energy sources are coal, gas, oil and nuclear, and that pollute or generate global warming gases. To counteract their growth and multiplication, you must develop and promote homemade electrical generator based on solar heat. This technology is easy and simple, and consists of 4 components as follows: A catch pan of Sun, a Stirling engine, a generator of 2.5 to 3.0 KWA, and a Bank of batteries with electric storage by up to several days of consumption. This equipment, you can also add an installation for a gas as a backup heater for cloudy days.

A solar system of this nature could oscillate between 3 to 6 thousand dollars, does not require connection to a power supply, and can be located in any place where there is Sun, both urban and rural. For more information see this site: Dr. Neal Barnard. The implantation of thousands and possibly millions of home computers, could stop increments of capacity of existing power plants, until the point in which the population of homemade equipment exceeds the capacity of existing plants. Closing Central plants, also releases the grounds where electric transmission wires pass through. Some components of this home equipment, such as the electric generator and the battery bank are technologies that already has much exist. Only I would be remiss to give specifications to manufacturers to produce them. The solar dish requires design and manufacturing, then produce it by thousands as needed. Just missing the design and manufacture of the stirling engine. The stirling engine was originally designed by Pastor Christian Robert Stirling in 1816. The principle of this engine It is used by Americans no nuclear submarines, when they are submerged, and now is developing as the main component for the solar power plant of the State of California by Governor Arnold Schwarzeneggar and firm Infinia Corp.