Seems like a sister website to Stoves Online, which specifically explains how boiler stoves work and can be incorporated into a smart and efficient heating system.
A great resource for learning about the different elements that make up a heating system with a very rich offering of solutions if you happen to live in the UK.
I first came across Rocket Stoves a couple of weeks ago at Paul Wheatons friendly website. I still do not grasp completely how they work but I am learning a lot (and asking a lot of questions) … in other words educating myself 🙂 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2bsUd5zLcLw Gasification Gasification is a word we’ve encountered many times in […]
A must read/visit/try/build/share website for ecologically aware do-it-yourselfers. The only shortcoming is the name because there is much more then “solar” in it.
In a country like Romania it is not unheard of to live on a property of land that has running water – so we’ve put that on our wishlist. In such cases hydro-electricity can be a very appealing source of electricity (though I have asked myself what would happen in case of freezing). With that […]
Though living off-the-grid is tempting it probably isn’t as ecological as you may think it is. Electricity is an infrastructure that is best provided through collaborative systems instead of independent ones. It is unfortunate that so much of it is generated with an unnecessarily high ecological price – which is good enough reason to want […]
We want to have a really pleasantly warm house when it gets cold outside. Building with hemp insures that we enjoy a wonderfully insulated home. Now we need to deal with heat – which includes both environmental heating and water heating. In typically built houses which tend to be cold when it gets cold outside […]
IMPORTANT: this note was added after the post was published but seemed important enough to be inserted at the beginning of the post. I am just now realizing that my perception of heating requirements are based on experience of poorly insulated homes. This is why I expect stoves to be lit numerous times a day. […]
We are spending a lot of time looking at potential energy solutions – solar, wind, hydro, geothermal … anything and everything. There’s a lot of knowledge to be acquired and there are a lot of companies looking to sell their products and solutions. The one thing they all have going for them is a promise […]
Excellent resource for alternative power sources – wind, solar, hydro.