An overview of the SunCatcher concentrating solar power (CSP) system. This is a utility-scale solar power technology designed and manufactured by Stirling Energy Systems (SES) and deployed by its sister company Tessera Solar, developer, owner and operator of SunCatcher solar… Continue Reading
KCET, Public TV in LA ran this story about “Stirling Engine” powered solar electric generating technology. If true, we may be able to kiss nuclear power plants good bye.
We show the open source tractor, quick attach plate for implements, and open source rototiller. Plus, we show how we set up a biodiesel reactor. We also made more solar panels, and show other fruits of Factor e Farm. More… Continue Reading
This shows how to solder solar cell ribbon to solar cells. Part 1. For more information, see openfarmtech.org See more info about constructing our solar panels here: openfarmtech.org We are looking for people who are interested in building the world’s… Continue Reading
www.SolarPowerPreview.com Learn amazing facts about Solar Power and how to build your own inexpensive solar panels. Green Energy is becoming more popular and the technology now exists to build your own solar panels, windmills and wind turbines for very little… Continue Reading
An overview of the breakthrough SunCatcher concentrating solar power system. This is a utility-scale solar power technology designed and manufactured by Stirling Energy Systems (SES) and deployed by its sister company Tessera Solar, developer, owner and operator of SunCatcher solar… Continue Reading
Here is a more general overview of the work of Factor e Farm. We are also kicking off the 1000 True Fans – 1000 Global Villages campaign. We are gathering the support of 1000 people, who commit per month for… Continue Reading
Solar Powered Stirling Engine. No fuel just Sunlight to power this engine. On September 27, 1816 Robert Stirling the original inventor of the heat engine applied for a patent for his Economiser at the Chancery in Edinburgh, Scotland. This super… Continue Reading
www.greenpowerscience.com This is the first segment of our half-hour weekly program. Available in HD. Shot with a Canon XH A1. THIS IS THE FULL VERSION. Solar Training Solar Thermal Training Green Power Green Energy Science.
Improved engine support. Addition of refractory glass cover improves heat retention. Recorded around midday, 10 February 2008 at 51.8 deg. N latitude. Solar elevation about 23 deg. above horizon. Final clip shows water heating.