Rooftop Wind Turbine These new rooftop wind turbine jobs are popping up in communities all across the US and Canada. The rooftop wind turbine kit job turned out to give the local electricians a couple of days of work. In todays economy, rooftop wind turbine jobs are important. There are people selling and installing these new rooftop wind turbine kits for WindEnergy7.com all across the US.
The rooftop wind turbine manufacturer, located in Ohio, has a owner/dealer opportunity for people to get a system and become the local rooftop wind turbine dealer. rooftop wind turbine jobs are created for local installation and sales in each community where the rooftop wind turbine kits are adopted and sold. For more information, or to become a customer, dealer, or installer, go to the site at WindEnergy7.com and fill out their Contact Form.
Above you see the quality and durability of our hardware. The heavy duty American Made hardware is so comfortable in a big storm. As you will see by the video we have perfectly balanced and precision manufactured systems. The systems will survive beyond 130mph wind and are built on a 30 year design. These are not toys or plastic prototypes that will wither under the heavy demands of mother nature. To the contrary, the day filmed here at right, this system ran the whole house all day and night without a hitch.
Tax Credits for Home Wind Turbine Kits
FACT 1: Every system ever sold by WindEnergy7.com has been eligible for 30% reimbursement from the IRS, as an IRS tax credit.
FACT 2: This year, the tax credit has been improved, paying installation costs, and removing “cost caps”.
The year is almost over, so customers are encouraged to start placing orders to take the credit for 2009.
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That's correct, so do these big shot wind developers, utilities, and billionaires. They aren't looking at this like us. To them, it's just a new way to control our power. To me, it's the distributed grid power of personal solar and wind systems, that's the real answer. It's also the personal opportunity of all of us to give ourselves the economic freedom of self controlled enegy. Personal wind/solar systems mean competition for utilities and OPTION for the public.
While we are looking at fixing this thing, lets fix it well. Fix it for good. Lets make electricity less centralized, more Free as in freedom, cleaner to produce. Just think, most of us could put in a wind turbine, it would pay itself off by the time we retire. Then in retirement, you have free electric power, that's pretty cool.
I have a plan for a sustainable community that will be developed with alternative energies and grid
Net metering is a must have for all citizens/ communities as it can reduce the cost of
operating systems and manage growth of our public utilities and provide incentives for developers
to build capacity into their projects.
Yes Net-Metering and Feed-In Tariffs are much more important than focusing the majority of our efforts on large centralized generation, I am a strong proponent of distributed generation. Keep pushing and educating about small scale wind and solar. This is topic should be on the front page of the pickens plan!
Thank you guys for your comments. There are actually 8 STATES WITH NO NET METERING AT ALL. To me, these should be the focus of effort... Sort of Net Metering Battleground States. See net metering map below.
Curiously some of these states have great wind resources along that central US belt. But even the states without much wind resources are important to home and business solar generation systems.
If your state is red, you really should be engaged in this issue. This means you have NO right or support to have your own windmill or solar and do so WITH utility power connection as well. But look how many other citizens can do this, sorry, not in your state. It's wrong, needs fixed.
Also worth noting, look at the states that have horizontal green lines. In these states the utility buys back excess at full retail price, 1 to 1 ratio. In many states like Ohio, they bay back at about 1/2 of what the homeowner or business retail cost, so it's 2 to 1, causing return on investment in wind or solar to take longer, thus restricts and discourages small wind/solar generation being developed and adopted. That's what we all want and should have, equality of support for alternative energy.
We all need to support and demand that our RIGHTS be expanded to be equal to other states. If you notice by the map, about 90% of us have less opportunity for home and business wind energy than other US citizens. WHY? Because politicians have not caught onto this as a point of how they can support alternative energy.
Please contact your State's Utility Commission, State Representatives, Congressman, Senator, and send them this link with the map here. Ask them to support the standardization of these laws and policies to equalize everyone's ability to have economically viable investment in home and business wind/solar systems.
I doubt wind generators are a viable option where I reside, coastal SC, though I have been looking at solar and building with earth utilizing thermal convection for heating and cooling.
I have written a plan for a campground as a community effort for sustainable living.
The three facets of sustainability are social, environmental and economic concerns and blending them together in the right proportions will ensure sustainability.
Well, you will have to be right on the water I think. But solar is still dependant on net metering to be viable. Really, then how does it make you feel that your stste gives you virtually no chance of having a good system. That someone across state lines has their government's support and your stste government is AWOL about sustainable personal energy.
Compare your plans you have against the same plan in Colorado or New Jersey. Compare what same plan is at HUGE disadvantage in your state. It's ridiculously unfair and since you have a plan and have some homework prepared. have a look and comment back to me. If i were in a battleground state, I would be really pissed at my states policy. Guess who's in the pocket of big utility there and an ENEMY OF ALTERNATIVE ENERGY? Your state's governor, representatives, and public utility commission, probably all corrupt. Write a letter immediately to your most prominent papers after you know what the situation is, start shaking the bushes. Your getting hosed in SC..
Guess Why This Has No Visibility on Political Front Now?
It's because the big utilities, billionaires, establishment wants to control our energy development, not allow the freedom that personal energy systems represent.
Think about it. If you have a windmill and solar system that produces your energy, you save money. The big utilities and billionaires lose your income stream. They no longer have this monopoly grip on electricity.
Simply having green energy might cut pollution, but to me the more important revolution here is personal control of our own electricity. To break down the monopoly control of electrical power... while we cave money and cut pollution.
Another reason for supporting home generation: Energy losses associated with simply transmitting energy in the US from power stations to our homes is estimated as 7.2% of the total energy generated (see Wikepedia site: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Energy_transmission#Losses). If tomorrow we all could generate what we need where we need it, we could potentially consume 7.2% less generated electrical energy as a nation. Although not entirely feasible, I found it thought provoking and perhaps an overlooked benefit of local generation.
Beyond net metering everywhere there has to be a standard for the value and equipment to support net metering.
Most plans are a flat rate refund which is lower that the rate that the purchase rate. This is due to many factors one of them being that replacement of baseline power is less valuable than replacement of peaking power. Here locally if you set up solar to get the optimal amount of watts the watts begin to decrease during the last two hours of normal daytime peak usage. In effect the central utility would not be able to replace peak capacity. You could orient your solar to get less watts but perform well at peak but there is no incentive for this now.
Having some bonus amount of refund provided for consitent delivery during set periods of the highest need during normal peak hours should be some kind of standard. This would make systems more complex but increase there value to the community. People would invest in a method of storage and tie the system into an automatic cut off for energy intensive applicances (afternoon air conditioning).