The SmartWind RidgeBlaster turbines are placed along the ridge of the roof and are said to be capable of generating 1.8kW of energy
The second phase of GE's ecomagination challenge is concentrating on innovations for capturing, managing, and using energy in the home
Solar Roadways is receiving the most support from the community for a home application of its road panel power generation and distribution system
General Propulsion Technologies proposes that its
General Electric (GE) has already chosen a dozen new partners to accelerate and commercialize technologies to help build the next generation power grid, as part of Phase I of its ecomagination challenge. Idaho's Solar Roadways project received the highest number of community votes in that round, and looks to be doing well in the current phase. As the hopefuls in the "Powering Your Home" phase go before the judges, we take a quick look at some of the entries that have caught our attention.
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