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Robert Gearhardt

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Simon Allins wrote:Aquion energy salt water batteries are cradle to cradle certified and made of none toxic materials.
They can be fully discharged and left like that for months, they don't burn and should last a long time.
I have them for over 2 years and very happy with them....



The issue is having a very expensive system with no support including ability to get parts.

I thought these would be a great storage choice compared to what is available.

I was hoping the chemistry might be available in the patent so that people could build their own but it's probably not feasible. Just like my nephew and I can build batteries in Mason jars for the science fair but you would not want to run your house on them.

2 months ago
Postlng to follow. Depending where this is I would interesting in helping.


3 years ago
Hello everybody. I have not been able to find an introductory section so I hope that this is in the right place.

I live in Western Central NJ. Many of my co-workers commute from Eastern PA. I have a background in math, engineering, and the sciences. I work in the medical field as a Nurse Practitioner.

I have a great deal of interest in construction, green building, permaculture, alternative energy, and non-polluting vehicles. The bad news is right now I live in an apartment. I'm not really sure where I want to settle down so I do not want to start building yet. I'm also single so I am sure whomever I end up with might not fully appreciate my vision and I hope they have ideas of their own.

I am interested in meeting other people with these interests, and helping them with their projects applying what I have learned and building a network in the region.

3 years ago