A PV on every roof

SUBHEAD: Convince our PUC to achieve energy security for Hawaii via distributed affordable photo-voltaic with battery backup.

By Ed Wagner on 7 April 2013 in Island Breath -

Image above: A standalone 110v power station with 60amp-hours of storage that can be rolled anywhere rubber wheels can go to provide electrical power. From (http://www.ar15.com/archive/topic.html?b=10&f=18&t=638426).

I signed a petition to Hermina Morita, Chair, PUC, Hawaii State House, and The Hawaii State Senate.

Please consider signing this petition from Ulrich Bonne, Ph.D., Chemical Physicist, Energy Consultant and Analyst from Kailua Kona.


His own website has more detailed information.




[IB Editor's note: I began by journey to energy independence from KIUC with a Xantrex Xpower 1500 like the one pictured above in 2006. There are cheaper ways of putting together a system, but you have to know something about the subject ahead of time. The virtue of the Xpower 1500 is that you don't have to know anything about PV and battery storage to get started. It is an easy entry to creating and managing your very own powerplant.Even though the old 60amp storage is pau, the unit still in service providing lighting to our kitchen and guest bathroom but now attached to two deep-cycle marine batteries with 230 amp-hours of storage at Walmart's for $114 each.]


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