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originally posted by: rickymouse
They make devises you can mount to a woodstove or near a campfire that create about seventy watts also. Helps in the north during winter. I've been waiting for the technology to come down in price a little, it costs over five hundred bucks yet for a gadget that puts out 70 watts. The energy flowing from hot to cold is the source of the energy. They make fans for woodstoves that utilize the same technology.
Between that, solar, and wind a person may be able to get off the grid.
originally posted by: fitnessguru
What if my power demands from it were not needed to be extremely high, just to run say a few light bulbs for 5 - 6 hours a tnight ?
I'm thinking the more sources of power I have, the more reliability I have.
Even if a couple of those sources literally just powers a few novelties
a reply to: lynxpilot