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DIY home heater by Soverign Energy Solutions

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  • Sterling D. Allan
    Of interest for energy savings and survival. Our coverage: http://peswiki.com/index.php/Directory:_Sovereign_Energy_Solutions:_The_Green_Home_Heater Plans:
    Message 1 of 1 , Mar 1 1:26 PM
      Of interest for energy savings and survival.

      Our coverage:
      http://peswiki.com/index.php/Directory:_Sovereign_Energy_Solutions:_The_Green_Home_Heater

      Plans:
      http://www.thegreenhomeheater.com/index.php?afid=49

      Sovereign Energy Solutions has developed a home heating unit that utilizes water as its fuel. Electrolysis is used to split the water molecule into hydrogen and oxygen (hydroxy gas), which is burned to generate the heat. The unit pulls 800 Watts and puts out 34,000 BTU. As of around the week of Feb. 15, 2009, they began selling plans for their system. The retail cost of the components required to build the unit is around $600. The savings on energy is projected to be enough to pay for the materials within as little as three months.

      Full disclosure: PES Network, Inc. has an affiliate relationship with Sovereign Energy Solutions and earns a commission on heater unit plans sold.

      They are working on a kit as well as a hybrid furnace conversion system that could run alongside existing furnaces to augment them. They also intend to produce these as completed units once they complete the UL certification process.

      The electrolyzer is based on the same technology they used to develop the "Rev 3" on-board hydrogen-boosting unit for vehicles, a system they have been selling over at http://H2OHybridPro.com

      The key to their home heater system is the heat exchanger that extracts the heat from the very unusual flame that is able to melt tungsten in just a few seconds. Because the "exhaust" is water vapor, the unit ads humidity to the air, reducing the amount of heat needed.

      As for Feb. 27, 2009, the company had built three heater units. The process is yet too young to have had time to ascertain whether the plans are adequate for someone to build a working unit from the plans alone; but that has been the company's objective.

      See
      http://peswiki.com/index.php/Directory:_Sovereign_Energy_Solutions:_The_Green_Home_Heater

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