Why Build a Solar Stirling Plant

solarbeam parabolic solar collector 18 1024x685 300x200 Why Build a Solar Stirling PlantIf you noticed that banner we used to show you lately at the end of our articles, then you’ve probably been curious for at least one time what it’s about. Well, it’s about the core of alternative energy and the best resource that you can hook on to for achieving energy independence – the easy way.

It’s about concentrated solar power (CSP) and there’s a website containing information on how you can build one yourself, in your garage.

CSPs use a parabolic dish to focus sunlight onto a heat collector that can do various tasks: produce mechanical work, heat up water, generate electricity etc. It’s the simplest (and cheapest) way to convert solar power into something useful for your home.

We’ve been talking a lot about CSPs since I started The Green Optimistic five years ago, but now I specifically endorse this e-book that will teach you how to build a CSP system and how to operate it properly to obtain energy independence. Their approach makes use of a Stirling engine, one of the simplest engines on the planet, which works on the principle of temperature difference to produce mechanical work.

I’m not saying you should necessarily buy the book I advertise here to start off, but getting it now for only $47 will save you money and time researching for what others already know and take for granted. If you’re not satisfied, you can request a refund.

It’s worth checking it out.

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