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View Resource What The Heck? Charge Controller

Any device that charges batteries should use electronics to limit charging once the batteries approach full. The charge-limiting electronics can be stand-alone or included as part of the device....

http://www.homepower.com/view/?file=HP95_pg92_WTH
View Resource PV Energy Payback

It takes energy to make energy, but just how much? Photovoltaic modules recover their embodied energy very quickly. Become an online member to view article.

http://www.homepower.com/article/?file=HP127_pg32_Sanchez
View Resource Ozonal Notes: A Short History of Home Power

Become an online member to view article. For over twenty years, Home Power magazine has inspired and educated readers with practical, reliable information about renewable energy and sustainable...

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View Resource Solar Powered Chocolate Factory

Moth Green discovered the golden ticket ? sunshine. His chocolate cooperative on the island of Grenada uses local beans and solar power to make some powerful good candy. Become an online member to v...

http://www.homepower.com/article/?file=HP87_pg10_Green
View Resource Green Building Journal

Magazine of helpful articles relating to sustainable building.

http://greenbuildingpro.com/green-building-journal
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