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Solar Videos

Charging Bluetti AC200P From EB120 – Is That Weird? [Video]

Most, if not ALL, manufacturers say to full charge batteries before using them. With the AC200P being capable of holding 2kW of power and my cutting back on my power usage, adding 2kw to my bill was less than ideal. So I’m going to try and finesse the power out of the 1.2 kW Bluetti EB120 + a 320 watt rated Renogy panel that produces around 250 – 280 watts. Will I succeed? Disclaimer:As an Amazon Affiliate Associate I earn from qualifying purchases at no cost to you.Check Me Out On Patreonhttps://www.patreon.com/askivesolarSay Thanks w/ CoinsCashApp – #AskIveSolar https://cash.app/$AskIveSolarVenmo – @AskiveSolarhttps://venmo.com/askivesolarPaypalhttps://paypal.me/askivesolar Zelleaskivesolar@gmail.com

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Nature

Atos Earth Observation Platform [Video]

From long-term global trend analysis to immediate risk mitigation, Earth observation offers a large dataset about nature and human activity to help protect life. Atos Earth Observation Platform enables to manage the full data lifecycle, and then is the fastest path from observation to action on Earth.

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Roofing

Virtual 849th Historic District Commission [Video]

Roll Call.Approval of the Minutes for the Regular HDC meeting held on April 19, 2022.HDC-2022-0099 for 25 Post Office Avenue submitted by Legends Group, the applicant is proposing to remove the existing detached garage on the property.The garage is unused, visually dilapidated, and measures approximately 20’ X 32’. The applicant is proposing to remove the existing large Black Walnut tree on the property with the intention of subdividing the 25 Post Office Avenue lot into two (2) lots in the near future. Applicant states that the new lot that would be created after subdividing would be unsuitable for construction with the Black Walnut remaining in place. This item was tabled at the last hearing on March 8, 2022.HDC-2022-0123 for 519 Montgomery Street, submitted by Elmer A. Del Cid/ E, Delcid Home Improvement LLC., Applicant is seeking retroactive approval to remove an existing tree and HDC approval to replace the existing roof located at the property of 519 Montgomery Street. Retroactive tree removal: Applicant has removed a multi-trunk tree in the front yard of the property facing Montgomery Street. The tree was not listed on the City’s Champion Tree list. Roof replacement: Applicant proposes to replace the existing roof of the property. The existing roof is CertainTeed XT AR Timber Blend shingles in sandy brown color. Applicant is proposing to replace the roof with CertainTeed Landmark Charcoal Black shingles.HDC-2022-0124 for 704-706 Main Street, submitted by Nancy Steinecke Applicant is seeking approval to replace the rooves and doors of the two homes located at the property. Roof/gutter replacements: The current rooves are gray color in 3-tab style. Applicant proposes to replace the rooves with pewter gray shingle rooves in architectural style. The current gutters measure six (6) inches with four (4) inch downspouts. The replacement gutters will be six (6) inches with six (6) inch white downspouts to match. Door replacements: The Applicant is proposing to replace the existing wood doors with wood doors of the same size. The new doors will be red with an overhead transom style. HDC-2022-0122 for 35 A Street, submitted by Cathy Huffer, Applicant is seeking approval to install a fence on the property. Applicant will be installing a new fence along the rear of the house. Applicant will be installing a wooden board on board fence. The fence will be painted white. The height of the fence will be (6’0”). The previous fence was destroyed due to a fallen tree. HDC-2022-0128 for 28 Post Office Avenue, submitted by Glynnis McPhee, Applicant is seeking approval to remove and replace existing front walkway. The existing walkway is concrete. The new walkway will measure 16’ x 3’ or 48 square feet. The proposed walkway is a gray smooth Flagstone. The new walkway will also extend from the front sidewalk to triangle connected to the existing front porch stairs. HDC-2022-0130 for 25 C Street, submitted by Stewart Sinex/3 Gear Studios, Applicant is seeking retroactive approval to install several exterior signs. Flat wall sign: The Applicant has installed a 24’’ X 160’’ flat wall sign along the front façade of the building. The sign is comprised of plywood material in dark brown color and reads “3 GEAR GAMES – TABLETOP GAMES – WHIMSICAL ART & MORE – PLAY-EXPLORE-TRANSFORM” in white text. Hanging sign: The Applicant has installed a 30’’ X 30’’ round hanging sign over the front entrance of the building. The sign has the business’s logo in red, blue and yellow colors and the text “GAMES” in white color. Window decal: The Applicant has installed a 30’’ X 36’’ window decal sign on the front door of the building. The sign decal is in frosted glass style and has the business logo in white along with the hours of operation.Staff Approvals: Adjourn

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Climate Change

Science at Work: Combatting climate changes with hydrogen [Video]

Replacing fossil fuels with hydrogen could turn manufacturing and transportation into green industries. Companies can use hydrogen to reduce their carbon footprint in many ways – to generate electricity, deploy fuel cells for heavy duty vehicles, make steel and produce ammonia for fertilizer and products. But turning these ideas into reality raises complex questions.In this video, Amgad Elgowainy, senior scientist at Argonne, explains how to quantify the risks and rewards of producing, transporting and using hydrogen in businesses. He shows how individuals can analyze any detail of the hydrogen market with Argonne’s free tools. Watch as Elgowainy and moderator John Harvey, business development executive at Argonne, as they explain the environmental and economic benefits of replacing fossil fuels with hydrogen.And for more information, contact partners@anl.gov.Still haven’t subscribed to Argonne National Laboratory on YouTube? http://bit.ly/2Vyzwvm Join us on Facebookhttp://bit.ly/ArgonneFacebook Follow us on Twitterhttp://bit.ly/ArgonneTwitter We’re on Instagram!http://bit.ly/ArgonneInstagram Connect with us on LinkedIn http://bit.ly/ArgonneLinkedIn ABOUT ARGONNEArgonne National Laboratory seeks solutions to pressing national problems in science and technology. The nation’s first national laboratory, Argonne conducts leading-edge basic and applied scientific research in virtually every scientific discipline. Argonne researchers work closely with researchers from hundreds of companies, universities, and federal, state and municipal agencies to help them solve their specific problems, advance America’s scientific leadership and prepare the nation for a better future. With employees from more than 60 nations, Argonne is managed by UChicago Argonne, LLC for the U.S. Department of Energy’s Office of Science.The U.S. Department of Energy’s Office of Science is the single largest supporter of basic research in the physical sciences in the United States and is working to address some of the most pressing challenges of our time. For more information, visit the Office of Science website.

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Roofing

This Mechanical Room is Epic : Build VLOG [Video]

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