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Re: Is Distributed Generation (DG) the way to go? (Score: 1)
by jhpace1 on Monday, November 29, 2004 @ 17:11:55 GMT
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It's the only way to break the electrical/governmental power monopoly. If every house/car/user had their own multi-kilowatt generator, then power "outages" would be limited to very few reasons.

Re: Is Distributed Generation (DG) the way to go? (Score: 1)
by Maor on Friday, December 03, 2004 @ 16:13:51 GMT
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Yes, depending on the danger of having a from ZPE generator at home

Re: Is Distributed Generation (DG) the way to go? (Score: 1)
by Marv on Friday, December 10, 2004 @ 08:05:20 GMT
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Only clean ZP portable electric power will free the wheels and wings of transportation of the smoke between them and eliminate need for fuel distribution worldwide.
Research of transport portable flight power is being carried out and advocated at www.geocities.com/mgmlab04


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