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what if the river freezes over?
Quotewhat if the river freezes over? Use some of that 'ton of electricity' to melt the ice around your water wheel
Certainly heard a program on the radio the other day where someone had bought a kit to go in their small stream and were generating enough power for 4 houses and then selling the extra unused power back to the electricity grid.
where: Q = water flow, cubic feet per second H= head, feet E= efficiency of hydroelectric plant, per- cent divided by 100KW = 0.0846 x E x Q x H
even a stream can provide enough hydroelectric power for one energy-efficient home .
You forgot to take a girl with you.
Quoteeven a stream can provide enough hydroelectric power for one energy-efficient home .You sure about that?
Dang that landscape looks beautiful!
he told me that it costs him less than 8000 dollars a year to live up there
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Also my wifes parents live right out in the country, their water is sourced from a natural spring but the designated area water board still bill them quarterly for water. Whats that about?
It's funny, UK is the country with the most help from the goverment to get people use alternative energy and water recycleing.