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Carlos James Coe, Aeron Neils Hurst, Mark Isaac Hardin, Matthew Clayton Such, Richard Thomas Jennings: Managing renewable power generation. Xtreme Power, Fish & Richardson P C, June 25, 2013: US08471520 (12 worldwide citation)

A power delivery rate from a renewable power source to a load is managed by determining, by processing circuitry, a change in a power generation rate, determining, by the processing circuitry, whether the change in the power generation rate exceeds a limit, and then, adjusting, by control circuitry, ...


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Carlos James Coe, Aeron Neils Hurst, Mark Isaac Hardin, Matthew Clayton Such, Richard Thomas Jennings: Managing renewable power generation. YOUNICOS, Toler Law Group PC, April 3, 2018: US09935478

A power delivery rate from a renewable power source to a load is managed by determining, by processing circuitry, a change in a power generation rate, determining, by the processing circuitry, whether the change in the power generation rate exceeds a limit, and then, adjusting, by control circuitry, ...


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Carlos James Coe, Aeron Neils Hurst, Mark Isaac Hardin, Matthew Clayton Such, Richard Thomas Jennings: Managing renewable power generation. YOUNICOS, Foley & Lardner, December 8, 2015: US09209640

A power delivery rate from a renewable power source to a load is managed by determining, by processing circuitry, a change in a power generation rate, determining, by the processing circuitry, whether the change in the power generation rate exceeds a limit, and then, adjusting, by control circuitry, ...


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Carlos James Coe, Aeron Neils Hurst, Mark Isaac Hardin, Matthew Clayton Such, Richard Thomas Jennings: Managing Renewable Power Generation. Xtreme Power, November 10, 2011: US20110273129-A1

A power delivery rate from a renewable power source to a load is managed by determining, by processing circuitry, a change in a power generation rate, determining, by the processing circuitry, whether the change in the power generation rate exceeds a limit, and then, adjusting, by control circuitry, ...


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Carlos James Coe: Drive mechanism utilizing flywheel. Bdm Internatl, August 15, 1995: JP1995-217528

PURPOSE: To improve energy efficiency by providing a flywheel rotating freely between a power source and a tire, driving a vehicle by utilizing rotation force of the flywheel, and rotating the flywheel by obtaining reverse rotation force from a DC motor at the time of braking to accumulate energy. C ...