Christian Eibl

Christian Eibl

Christian Eibl
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how-to-make-stained-glass-windows-for-1-buck

loft bed steps

loft bed steps

Sunchaser 20-tube Solar Hot Water Heater/collector Vacuum Tube

Sunchaser 20-tube Solar Hot Water Heater/collector Vacuum Tube

HOW TO build DIY Solar panels out of pop-cans

HOW TO build DIY Solar panels out of pop-cans

wind turbine for your home -  To connect with us, and our community of people from Australia and around the world, learning how to live large in small places, visit us at www.Facebook.com/TinyHousesAustralia or at www.TinyHousesAustralia.com

wind turbine for your home - To connect with us, and our community of people from Australia and around the world, learning how to live large in small places, visit us at www.Facebook.com/TinyHousesAustralia or at www.TinyHousesAustralia.com

Vertical Windmills  The newest idea for harvesting the wind is nearly 900 years old. Vertical windmills, like the Wind Tower from Windaus Tu...

Vertical Windmills The newest idea for harvesting the wind is nearly 900 years old. Vertical windmills, like the Wind Tower from Windaus Tu...

How to get 2000ºF Solar Power – Great For When SHTF

How to get 2000ºF Solar Power – Great For When SHTF

How to Get Cheap Solar Power - 15 Cool Projects to Start Your Independence Day Off Right!

How to Get Cheap Solar Power - 15 Cool Projects to Start Your Independence Day Off Right!

7 DIY Pop Can Solar Heaters

7 DIY Pop Can Solar Heaters

Chinese farmer Ma Yanjun came up with a novel, inexpensive way to provide hot water for members of his family: laying 66 bottles, connected by hose pipes, on a board covered with aluminum foil. Placed on a rooftop and pointed north to collect the maximum amount of sunlight, this incredible DIY solution really does work.

Chinese farmer Ma Yanjun came up with a novel, inexpensive way to provide hot water for members of his family: laying 66 bottles, connected by hose pipes, on a board covered with aluminum foil. Placed on a rooftop and pointed north to collect the maximum amount of sunlight, this incredible DIY solution really does work.