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 May 6, 2009


  A team of volunteers in Nevada, Iowa, working with the Unogeo Institute, are developing an urban wind mill that can produce 90% of a home's electrical energy and hopes to generate hydrogen to run the family's personal cars from the excess electricity produced by the wind mill.  The environmental green wind mill actually uses a combination of wind, solar, electro magnetic and heat convection to produce electricity from a unique wind turbine design that can sit on a tower just above the house roof line.  This same model is hoped to be able to help schools generate electricity and hydrogen to help run school buses at a nominal lease cost per month.  The first prototype is being built now with the first working model hopefully running by the fall of 2010, and the first production models available by the spring of 2011.  For more information please check out their website at www.earthenergymill.com



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