Does Your Wood Stove Make Electricity Too? This One Does!


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It's always amazingly nice when you can do the same tasks you have always done, yet accomplish another secondary purpose.  What if when you went outside to chop the firewood, and brought it in to warm the home you could kill two birds with one stone?  What if you could generate power at the same time as making heat for your home?  


Well that technology is here!

It is called the InStove (Institutional). There are two models to choose from. They have a FireVolt Hydronic Thermoelectric Core that is a solid state energy system rated at 250 Watts and 500 Watts.

The FireVolt also cooks. It uses wood or pellets (or other types of biomass).

The generator runs silently. The exhaust is almost smoke-free. The pump uses less than 14 Watts. The most costly part of the stove has a 200,000-hour service life.

The InStove…

InStove Camp 2013: Factory Tour

via:  homesteadnotes.com

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