Off the grid


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Off the grid

A system that runs on renewable energy sources independent of a conventional public utility grid.
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Eventually, the lignite-fired power plants will be taken off the grid entirely.
"Off the Grid Living'' (3 p.m., HGTV) A couple who want to live deep in the jungles of Finca Bellavista, Costa Rica, search for a rental in a sustainable tree-house community in the premiere of this series, which follows people as they search for the off-the-grid home of their dreams.
6 ( ANI ): Former wrestler and Minnesota Governor Jesse Ventura said that he has gone "off the grid" in Mexico to avoid drones knowing his location.
That response tells a lot about what it means to live off the grid. All our local solar and wind power systems performed as designed, keeping freezers, fridges, lights, water systems, Internet and other amenities operational.
We want to live totally off the grid, and we want to start a home-based business for our means of support.
TheA twoA oldest nuclear reactors at the plant in Doel willA beA taken off the grid in the middle of this decade.
SPOT technology, of course, became popular by giving people the ability to send custom messages while they are completely off the grid with no cell coverage.
Salceda said that the Energy Department laid down two conditions for restoring electricity, including keeping the top 100 non-paying customers - most of them business establishments - off the grid and putting in place a rehabilitation plan to pay off the debt.
Many homeowner guides talk about getting off the grid: this is one of the few to translate talk to action, discussing costs, pros and cons of different systems, and how to look at energy usage and conservation tactics.