Today we will discuss the most efficient active methods for utilizing solar energy: Solar Thermal. We will discuss air and water heating and different options.
Today we’re going to talk about the grid of the future. I was at. Actually over the past year I’ve been at several power generation conferences where I’ve had conversations with people from companies like Duke Energy Southern Company which owns Alabama and Georgia Power Mississippi Power and Gulf Power. And let’s see who else…Ameren over in the Midwest. I don’t deal with the ones out west very much. Dynegy and Luminant over in Texas all of these guys are saying the same thing the grid of the future is coming and it’s going to look a lot different than what we have right now. And it’s going to surprise a lot of people how different that it is. Continue reading “The Grid of the Future”
Thanks for joining us today as we give a brief rundown of where the homestead is here in the Summer and what our plans going into the Fall will be. We have focused on “Zone 1” for all you permies out there and are very pleased with the results of the new Aquaponics system. That being said our rainfall through this hottest portion of the year has been pretty abysmal so Operation green front yard has not gone as well as planned. I am pleased to say that our need to run the AC units has been very low this year, reducing the amount of time we may have otherwise needed to run the Generator. All that being said our batteries are nearing the end of their life cycle after 6 years hard time on the homestead. As always, shoot us an email at email@example.com with any questions you may have. Anyone interested in consulting work please visit our