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Renewable Energy Design

This place is being worked on by the founder, Archimerged, and Deathgleaner. Others are welcome to use this site for design discussions and notes. Hosting is free except you have to put up with Google ads, the support is good, and there is plenty of bandwidth. I believe there are also relative frequent backups and at least some of these sites get mirrored. LaTeX is enabled for mathematics. Archimerged won't delete stuff that isn't spam and doesn't violate the laws of ther

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Participants of the Renewable Energy Design wikia can collaborate on the detailed engineering design of new or improved methods of capturing energy from renewable sources. This wiki is not intended to produce a codification of existing knowledge. It is a collaborative worksite for solving the global warming peak oil energy crisis problem.

Renewable Energy Design does not yet have a featured article but you can help write one!

The site logo currently is a drawing of part of Submerged Archimedes Screw Heat Engine Air Compressor. Since this site is intended for more than one project, a more general logo would be appropriate. Volunteers are welcome to develop one. Perhaps something related to heat engines in general...


We're wondering if you'd be interested in a 'dofollow' backlink to from our DA50 website?

Our website is dedicated to facts/education, and so can host articles on pretty much any topic.

You can either write a new article yourself, or we can link from existing content. The price is just $45 and you can pay once the article/link has been published. This is a one-time fee, so there are no extra charges.

Also: Once the article has been published, and your backlink has been added, it will be shared out to over 2.8 million social media followers (if it's educationally based). This means you aren't just getting the high valued backlink, you're also getting the potential of more traffic to your site.

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Kind Regards, Erica

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