Alternative power generators produce electricity from renewable energy sources, such as wind, flowing water, solar energy and biomass, which create less environmental damage and pollution than fossil fuels.

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Alternative power generators produce electricity from renewable energy sources, such as wind, flowing water, solar energy and biomass, which create less environmental damage and pollution than fossil fuels.
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Wind turbine blades are air-foil shaped blades that harness wind energy and drive the rotor of a wind turbine.
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Flywheel power systems are flywheel rotors with integrated motor / generators contained inside a housing. They store energy mechanically in the form of kinetic energy.
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Fuel Cell Stacks (31 suppliers)

Fuel cell stacks and assemblies consist of individual fuel cells that are combined either in series to provide a higher usable voltage, or in parallel to provide a higher usable current
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Hydro Turbines (47 suppliers)

Hydro turbines are used to transmit mechanical power and produce electricity. Hydro turbines convert water pressure into mechanical shaft power that can be used to drive an electricity generator, grind a mill, or move some other device.
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Solar power systems convert light into electricity. They are the building blocks of photovoltaic (PV) modules.
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Solar Mounts (105 suppliers)

Solar mounts are used to mount photovoltaic (PV), solar water heaters, or other solar collection devices. They hold solar panels in position and are either fixed or tracking.
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Wind Turbines (355 suppliers)

Wind turbines convert the kinetic energy from wind into mechanical energy. When used with an electrical generator, the rotation of the wind turbine’s blades turns a shaft to produce electricity.
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