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Well, i don't think, that wind generator is very good as alternative energy source, cos it's the wind doesn't blow all the time, & 2nd - for better result the windmill has to have some hight, wich is why it's quite hard to make at home. So i just think: is it not better to use a river as a energy source? ofcause, somebody has to live by a river, say, somebody like me :lol:
Has anybody got a blueprint or some kind of instructions for making an energy generator wich would use a river as a power source?
The wind gen is not the problem, it is how to control the variable output voltage from 95 V down to a cut-out voltage of 14 volt. The current has to be regulated not to 'cook' the batteries. Any sugestions on this forum?