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manan bhatt
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re: Energy harvesting and renewable energy sources
manan bhatt   11/28/2012 10:21:26 AM
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nice article. solar and wind; my pref goes to solar, hence it is available anywhere but cost really very much affects. nowadays efficiency is about 11.8% which is supposed to be increase up to 20%.

Sanjib.A
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re: Energy harvesting and renewable energy sources
Sanjib.A   11/9/2011 4:36:36 PM
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These two crash courses are greatly helpful in providing baseline awareness to the beginners like me on this topic. A few days back I was planning to check options to install a solar system to charge the inverter battery in our house. This came to my notice at the right time :) Thanks!

chanj0
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re: Energy harvesting and renewable energy sources
chanj0   11/8/2011 4:19:17 PM
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Fantastic! The 2 courses shall help people to understand better of the challenge and benefit. I can't wait to finish them today.



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