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Old 04-20-12, 04:32 PM   #1
curtwally
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Default wind power to direct indoor residential heat

Hi to the group.

Looking for suggestions. We live in cold (Dec to Feb.... northern Michigan) area and our property has high (very high) winds in early winter. It howls across the lake and hits us directly. For us on an annual basis heat is the high cost item which is natural gas furnace. In our subdivision we (I am sure) cannot have a 20ft. plus high wind turbine but I would like to explore opportunities for a low to the ground system that would convert directly to heat to supplement the gas fired furnace. Suggestions are welcome. Thanks curtwally

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