I have converted the kinetic energy of a running creek into usable power for a house. It was not self sustained (off the grid) but it was enough to help the cost of a household electricity bill. I am also working on a method of using rain to help steady the intake of solar voltaic cell arrays. I'm still working on the numbers though.
~Engineering, Faculty/Staff/Student, Vancouver, WA
UPS for medical rooms in medical rooms, gas fired generators for both warm water production and power production. UPS for larger server rooms.
~Paul G, General Management, Kortrijk, Belgium
Auto - I was the producer of the Fueling the Future trade show for the state of Wisconsin under governor Tommy Thompson.
~Research & Development, Brookfield, WI
Solar, Biomass, waste to fuel, wind, Sterling-cycle free piston, Fuel cell Tech.
~Roderick W, Design Engineer, Oberlin, LA
Not using yet in the design stages at the moment.
~Manufacturing, Rapid City, SD
Residential power & use in remote locations.
~Tony A, Builder/Contractor, Webster, FL
Power generation in a farm holiday place
~Other, Acquedolci, Italy
Kepping power to maindated equipment
~Manufacturing, Long Grove, IA
Automotive, any engine, household,
~Technical Support/Services, White Plains, NY
Residential and commercial use
~Tony E, Engineering Consultant, Abuja, Nigeria
CHP, Locomotive, Trucks, Cars
~Engineering, Consulting, Treorchy, United Kingdom
Simply for emergency power.
~Dan W, Engineer, Anthem, AZ
Co-generation wood gas
~Marketing/Sales, Klagenfurt, Austria
Water pumps; lighting
~David C, Project Manager, Nairobi, Kenya
Wind and solar power
~Technical Support/Services, Holstebro, Denmark
~Wilson N, Technical Support, Cali, Colombia
~Other, Douala, Cameroon