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Wind Turbine Manufacturers – Ohio

Saturday, March 5th, 2011

ONLY FROM: WindEnergy7-Com WindEnergy7 LLC, The Home Wind Turbine manufacturers, located in Ohio, have an opportunity for people to get a system and become the local home wind turbine dealer in their local community. WindEnergy7 has a dealer and installer network in more than 30 states all across the US. – Home Wind turbine manufacturers ohio, home wind turbine kits based made in Ohio. Our patented small wind turbine rooftop kit is currently available for purchase online. Or buy a small wind turbine from our established nationwide wind turbine dealer and wind turbine installer network. Our small wind turbine is a very high tech, quality engineered, rooftop wind turbine kit, invented and patented by WindEnergy7 LLC, an Ohio manufacturer. The small wind turbine has a 2 moving part generator using the strongest magnets in the world, less moving parts than any other competitor. Less moving parts in a small wind turbine means less wear, less noise and vibration making the small wind turbine quiet on your home’s roof. Our small wind turbine will run smoothly and spin your meter backwards. We have more installed rooftop small wind turbines than anyone because we have solved the noise and vibration that is the problem of all other systems out there who try to put small wind turbines on a rooftop.
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These systems are only available from WindEnergy7-Com or one of their local dealers. For more information, or to become a customer, dealer, or installer, go to the site at and fill out their Contact form to find out about becoming a wind turbine customer, installer, or wind turbine dealer.

geocolumbus Meeting: Solar Concentrators in Ohio

Tuesday, July 1st, 2008

Thursday morning the Central Ohio Clean Energy Network is having a meeting and I hope I can make it.  The meeting is about Solar Concentrators and that being an economic opportunity for Ohio.  It’s being held at the Ohio Governors Residence which is at 358 N. Parkview Avenue, Columbus, Ohio.

A promising approach to reducing the cost of solar energy is solar concentrators.  Concentrators can either focus high intensity sunlight onto photovoltaic cells, minimizing the area of expensive materials required to generate electricity, or produce high grade thermal energy.  Ohio’s economy is well suited to provide the industrial competence required to deliver these solutions to the market.  Neil Sater, CEO of PhotoVolt, Strongsville, Ohio will provide an overview of where solar concentrator technologies fit into the market, the potential economic impact to the region, and what we can do to accelerated its promise. 

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