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Jacob M. Prell
  • Auburn, WA
  • United States
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Hybriding Wind, Micro-Hydro and Turbo-Dynamic Systems.
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Hey All,     After much conceptualizing, designing, and modification, EcoEnergyWA has a multi-faceted renewable energy system concept for upcoming neighborhood production and would like to take a few…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Bill Aston Nov 14, 2011.

 

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What parts of our mission are you interested in (for example, growing food/food security, appropriate energy technologies, transportation, community building, etc.)?
I am primarily interested in appropriate energy technologies, although I have full respect for the other subjects mentioned.
How do you see yourself being involved with Sustainable NE Seattle? What skills, talents and passions are you willing to share?
I primarily deal in various eco-friendly renewable resources that can generate power. (wind, solar and water) I have been independently working on small scale hydro-electric terrace farming and hydrogen generation. As most of our cities are built in a terraced format, I've been designing safe ways to filter, collect and harvest rainwater collected from city streets and highways.
I'm a professional pianist of 15 years and since moving back up here from Florida in August, I've reconnected with a fair few of my business partners and fellow eco-enthusiasts. I'm REAL good at "getting the word out", especially when it's something that I care deeply about.
List other affiliations/groups that you participate in with similar missions.
I'm the owner of EcoEnergyWA.
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Top of the hill in E. Auburn.
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