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Thursday, November 14, 2013

NANIPOPS ADDING GREEN ENERGY TO THEIR BUSINESS

NANIPOPS ADDING GREEN ENERGY TO THEIR BUSINESS
By Monica Thomas
Nanipops owners Ed and Nani Bell installed a protype windmill on the top of their barn a few weeks ago, the first ever seen within the borough limits and they are proud to report that it is operating as planned. 

 They initially installed it at their home for observation of their operating systems. It proved itself and is now being moved to a more permanent location. 

More height will be added to take it well above the wind turbulence created by the trees and surrounding buildings. When relocated they will be sharing data on how much energy can be made from the wind. Ed will be shifting his attention to solar at this point. He is in the mists of a 12-week class followed by an exam in certification in this area. 

Their goal is to bring affordable, renewable energy to the surrounding area in hopes of not only helping lower electric bills but also to create more jobs. Small business and rural farms surely could benefit from these systems. 

Ed and Nani wish to thank everyone for their support and especially Mary Deer, Tom Derrick and George Donavan.

1 comment :

Anonymous said...

Cuisinart for birds, especially songbirds. solar is safer, quieter, and better. Get enough of these turbines spinning around the borough and you'll be pulling your hair out from the noise when you can't sleep in the summer when the windows are open. sounds like this is more of a marketing scheme for a business opportunity instead of a viable energy alternative.