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Free Solar Heat DIY “How to build a solar panel” Part 1.1

February 1, 2012 by  
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www.youtube.com Beat the cost of heat.Easy step by step build your own solar heating/hot water system.Green energy the wave of the future.Solarize your home.Stop oil crisis. ernie ernest a ursini DIY

Forced Air Heater Solar PART 3 Passive Heating HOW TO Use Sunlight Power Wooden Frame

January 30, 2012 by  
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PART 3 DiY Wooden Frame. This is a simple alternative to the soda pop can solar furnace. Simply placing a black backer behind glass with a very thin air gap allows for maximum air mixture. In later videos we will testing some 12v blower fans for different CU volume. Video Rating: 4 / 5

Passive Solar Heating – Glass is all you need

January 30, 2012 by  
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Zero Energy Design® abundant, clean, free-fuel, passive solar energy can easily eliminate the need to burn expensive dirty fossil fuels to heat air and water in most populated locations. The lowest-cost way to get started is Passive Solar Design – All it needs is well-designed, properly-oriented glass. Two our our key Zero Energy Design® concepts [...]

Passive Solar Air Heater Heating System Alternative Energy

January 28, 2012 by  
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This is a video of the Passive Solar Heating System in use at www.envirosponsible.com in Whitby, Ontario, Canada. It provides a great deal of heat, and the installer, Chris, will be making it more effecient by adding a second computer fan to push the warm air at the top, painting the inside better and taping [...]

CORRUGATED SOLAR FORCED AIR PASSIVE HEATER FIGHT HIGH HEATING OIL GREAT DEPRESSION 2

January 25, 2012 by  
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FIGHT HIGH HEATING OIL prices and allow to save money for other things like paying your mortgage or refinancing your home. Hope this helps:-) Note: Look T THE VIDEO RESPONSES THEY ARE VERY GOOD! This is a prototype easy to build rooftop forced air heater that produces 45 degree increases at a high CFM CFPM [...]

Passive Solar Home Heating Innovation DIY Part 3a

December 26, 2011 by  
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This is a part of series with our home heating innovation DIY. The innovative black pipe absorber panel shall reduce the cost of home heating to a bare minimum. Our trial works for the solar heat collector and distribution system is almost complete. But this time we have increased the absorber panel size to 100 [...]

Passive Solar Home Heating Innovation DIY Part 2

December 26, 2011 by  
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This is a part of series with our home heating innovation DIY. The innovative black pipe absorber panel shall reduce the cost of home heating to a bare minimum. Our trial works for the solar heat collector and distribution system is almost complete. We shall publish other relevant details as soon as possible. The unique [...]

FRESNEL LENS SOLAR HOT WATER, Heat Solar Pool Heater Solar Swimming Pool Heater

December 24, 2011 by  
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greenpowerscience.com This is a large Fresnel Lens focused on a copper tube with a 12 V pump (powered by two 6 watt solar panels) with water circulating through the unit. Water, seven gallons, was raised from 63 F to 106 F in one hour. It is not super efficient as heat is lost at the [...]

FRESNEL LENS SOLAR HOT WATER, Heat Solar Pool Heater Solar Swimming Pool Heater

December 24, 2011 by  
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greenpowerscience.com This is a large Fresnel Lens focused on a copper tube with a 12 V pump (powered by two 6 watt solar panels) with water circulating through the unit. Water, seven gallons, was raised from 63 F to 106 F in one hour. It is not super efficient as heat is lost at the [...]

Solar Home Heating

December 22, 2011 by  
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Heat your house with solar thermal (hot water) collectors. You can buy them, I made my own. There are 3 in this arrangement. 1 square foot of collector heats 1 1/2 US gallons of water 40 degrees farenheit in Pennsylvania, USA in winter. The more collectors you put up the more water volume you can [...]

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