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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He asserted that he views the US, today, much like East Berlin, and that he is off the grid.
Very simple habits like turning off the lights and TV when you leave a room can make a big difference off the grid.
After being priced off the grid, Groves, a graduate in enology from Fresno State University, consulted with a local alternative energy company.
Off the Grid receives a fine performance by veteran narrator Buck Schirmer, whose smooth and dramatic voice is the perfect accompaniment to this new thriller about the Monkeewrench crew, set on a sailboat off the Florida Keys.
He's been living off the grid for the past 16 years about 10 kilometres outside of Elk Lake.
5 July 2012 - Canada-based renewable energy company Pure Energies Group (PEG) said today it had taken over US residential solar project consultant One Block Off the Grid, in line with a plan to grow its business across North America.
Rosen is a writer and documentary filmmaker who earned his off the grid wings living in a homemade RV in Britain.
Off the Grid makes a convincing case for living deliberately, without too many Waldenisms.
The Dickinsons are getting a 23 percent discount on solar panel installation arranged by One Block Off the Grid, an Internet-driven group that in a year has become the nation's largest solar-buying collective.
But a recent show titled Living Off the Grid, currently on display at the Anant Art Gallery, Noida, manages to pull off a theme without compromising the originality of artists.
In our case, the first step in moving to living off the grid was to realize that conventional power would actually cost more than our own system.