Grid-tie Sunpower proposal
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Phononic uses solid state semiconductor technology to
create a process called thermoelectric cooling. Combined with
Essentially, it runs
electric currents through materials to create a temperature differential, which
makes one side hotter and other side cooler. This technology allowed for
Phononic to create a better refrigerator with no moving parts that will break
down, no cooling liquid, almost no noise and it consumed approximately 25
percent less power than a traditional heat exchange refrigerator.
Cramer spoke with Phononic's founder and CEO Tony Atti, who explained
that the company had to build the entire supply chain and contract assembly
backside from scratch. "We use the word displace versus replace, because we
want to take the existing solution; scrap it and come up with something
entirely different and better," Atti said.
Heat kills batteries, we learned at Zomeworks.
Jim Pettegrew Thursday June 2, 2016
inspecting BMW EV.
Sunpower social video.
micro inverters on Thursday 2, 2016.
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read on $209 HP Stream windows 10 64 bit dual core celeron notebook. Drasw
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