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Saturday, January 14, 2012

Starting A Green Energy Company

I've decided to make the move and finally start my own Green Energy Company. I am obsessed with the idea of building solar hot air heaters. After months and months of research and experimentation I think that I can build a solar hot air heater that works beyond the expectations of most consumers and many commercial applications. It can and will save consumers and business owners a large share of the heating costs when the sun is shinning.

I'm thinking that the majority of my business will come from commercial green companies that work only during the day. Free heat is good for the bottom line during the winter months. Heating a manufacturing area or office space would be the ultimate goal of the solar hot air heater I have designed. It can pump out free heat from nine in the morning till almost three in the afternoon and the system can be expanded with duct work to heat multiple areas. My heat retention systems inside the unit will hold the heat when the sun is clouded over thus saving time for the reheating process. The average hot air duct on a gas forced air heater is around 160F give or take. My unit can meet that and beat it. The concept is new and unconventional but it works.

I'm starting this adventure knowing that every step is a learning opportunity and the benefits of doing it are not only mine but the environments as well. Every renewable energy source that can be used to offset a home budget or business budget is money available for other needs. Times are tough right now and if I can be of help with my garage designed solar hot air heater then I am more than glad to do so.

Check back soon to see when Papamoka is hiring solar hot air box builders and hiring heating and cooling installers. Building the economy on new green energy products is a new industry and I'm jumping at it. Wish me luck.


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Blogger Jersey McJones said...

If you can figure out a way to heat multiple areas with solar heat in the winter cheaper than gas or electric, you should patent it immediately, and then please call me, as I'd love to be on the ground for that. The trouble with multiple areas is that they require the movement of air, and often against the current. This requires additional energy - like a fan, which can recycle air right, but only with complex duct work. Then comes all the temps and mats involved. So, I always saw all this as a conundrum.

I'd love to know more about this.


1:55 AM  
Blogger Papamoka said...

Got the multiple areas covered Jersey with a simple roof installation to vent to two areas with one solar heating unit. Right now the system needs a blower on it that has to be plugged in to the grid. I have lots of trials and errors and my next project for the units is to install a solar powered battery unit to run the fans. That is down the road.

The system I have designed will work and put out a ton of heat. The prototype box maxed out at 148F and it is only a two foot by two foot box placed in a south facing window. I'll be installing the first full scale home heating unit within the next month and the industrial unit for a manufacturing company after that. Same idea, just ramped up.

Feel free to email me. It's on the blog page. Wish me luck bud!

4:55 PM  
Blogger Jersey McJones said...

"my next project for the units is to install a solar powered battery unit to run the fans"

Rereading my first comment, I realized I failed to express one point and mangled another.

I was (poorly) attempting to mention that if the energy from the unit could power the fans and provide the heat flow, that would seem to me to require a complex set of duct work, custom designed for the spaces and the natural flow of air through the space connections. That, to me, sounds difficult and expensive.

I didn't realize you were so far along! I will write you asap.

I wish you all the success in the world.

Ciao, JMJ

7:29 PM  
Anonymous Omnipotent Poobah said...

Best of luck. Let us know what happens.

8:01 AM  
Blogger Papamoka said...

Thank you Poobah

8:07 PM  
Blogger Papamoka said...


By all means feel free to contact me. Email me at papamoka (@) hotmail dot com.

A rooftop mount is the best way to go and yes, I am working on the next phase with a solar powered fan. The unit will have to have a battery to maintain the speed of the fan and store power when the unit isn't hot enough but the overhead sky is still supplying voltage. Not having a battery back up will cause the fan to slow and the unit is just a box on your roof.

Lots of work ahead of me. And loving every minute of it. Can I ask you a huge favor. I'll send you the test data from the house build, could I write a piece to promote it on your blog? I won't lie to you. I will be asking many people to help me out this way. No budget for advertising so word of mouth and my blog friends is all I have to go with. No worries if you are not comfortable with it.

Talk soon,

8:18 PM  
Blogger John Myste said...

When you are rich and famous, please remember the little people, or midgets or whatever we are supposed to call them.

9:27 PM  
Blogger Papamoka said...

I take it that you are not including yourself in the little people or midget category John? Being six feet tall has it's advantages doesn't it? Lol.

4:53 AM  
Blogger John Myste said...

I haven't seen six feet tall since I was 16 and I will not see it again until I am 80.

10:27 AM  
Blogger Papamoka said...

No offense intended bro. Do you know anything about web page designs? I'm saving up to start one and I understand the initial cost is expensive. Been there and done that once.

3:37 PM  
Blogger John Myste said...

I know a little bit about the technical side of web page designs, but virtually nothing about the design side of web page designs. Most websites are inexpensive for a basic site. Custom sites are expensive.

Lots of places offer basic simple data-driven sites that can be generically constructed and managed with an admin login. No, I cannot name a single one, but I know they are out there.

A domain name is about ten dollars per month and it may cost a small amount per year to get someone to host the site. If you shop around, I would bet a basic site could be had for 20.00 per month or less.

I think a basic site is all you need.

Consider this:

If you wanted a site that did not involve a merchant account, you may be able to use something as simple as wordpress.

4:16 PM  

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