Can A Solar Stirling Plant Save Me Money?


solar energy plantYou’ve no doubt reached this page because you have heard about the potential of something called a “solar stirling plant.”  You’re in luck because we are here to help.  As you may have read in the About Us page, we build this site to discuss the pros and cons of building a solar stirling plant to power your location.  We’ll discuss how easy or difficult it is to set up and how much it can save you in energy costs.  Can it really force the electric company to SEND you a check rather than a bill?  Read on to find out more…

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Pros

  • Basic set Up quickly lowers electric bill by 30%-50%
  • Uses hyporbolic solar panel dish design to focus the sun’s rays and to generate 12 times the power of regular solar panels
  • Cost less than $100 to build and all materials can be found at local hardware store
  • Once set up is complete, no cost to operate
  • Works in all types of weather conditions and temperatures
  • Eco-friendly / Doesn’t pollute the environment
  • Doesn’t take special knowledge or technical expertise to construct
  • The link on this page will take you to the plans where they offer a no questions asked 100% money back guarantee for up to 60 days.harness solar energy

Cons

  • Takes about a weekend to set up (only a “con” if you expected it to be done in a hour or something crazy like that)
  • Not very aesthetically pleasing but can be placed in conspicuous location around the house

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Top 2 Questions from potential candidates

  1. How hard is it to build?  - As mentioned above, the total cost for materials is less than $100
    and can be found at your local hardware store.  It can be set up in a weekend and connects directly into the existing power grid.
  2. Is it safe? – Yes, its much better for the environment than conventional power generating methods and contains no hazardous material or byproducts.

Check out the video below to see how this guy built a simple stirling engine to heat his pool!  (note: this is not a stirling plant but its pretty darn cool anyway!)

To learn more about solar stirling engines click here

 

 

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