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How To Fix a Solar Powered LED Garden Light

How To Fix a Solar Powered LED Garden Light  I will say that the majority of us have been to certain shop and seen a great deal on some solar garden lights so you take the plunge and buy a few but after a few weeks they seem to stop working. This step by step …

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DIY Solar Powered Air Cooler

DIY Solar Powered Air Cooler The sun is great, and vital to nearly all of Earth’s processes. The sun also makes the air really hot!  As a result, millions of people turn to air conditioning to cool their homes, cars, offices, etc. Traditional air conditioning units use massive amounts of energy, making electricity bills skyrocket in …

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How To Convert an Old Washing Machine Into a Water Powered Generator

How To Convert an Old Washing Machine Into a Water Powered Generator  This generator can be a powerful back up to your solar or wind turbine generators. This could even work with a small volume of water if a dam is built. This is a great step by step guide showing how to convert a smart drive …

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How To Make A Personal Solar Powered Air Conditioner

How To Make A Personal Solar Powered Air Conditioner The sun is great, and vital to nearly all of Earth’s processes. The sun also makes the air really hot!  As a result, millions of people turn to air conditioning to cool their homes, cars, offices, etc.  Traditional air conditioning units use massive amounts of energy, making …

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Solar Powered Garden Water Feature For Less than $30

Solar Powered Garden Water Feature For Less than $30 I have always wanted a water feature in my garden but every time i go to the store to look at some options, the ready made fountains seems to cost a lot of money. I think the main reason i have wanted a water feature is due …

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Off Grid Wind-Powered Water Pump

DIY Wind-Powered Water Pump Wind pumps have been used to pump water since at least the 9th century. You’ve finally moved out onto your own piece of land. The only trouble is you’ve got a source of water anywhere from 50 to 250 feet beneath your boots but no easy or affordable way to get that …

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