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Ben M Enis, Paul Lieberman: Method of coordinating and stabilizing the delivery of wind generated energy. J John Shimazaki, November 8, 2005: US06963802 (59 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to a method of coordinating and stabilizing the delivery of wind generated power, such as to a power grid, so as to avoid sudden surges and spikes, despite wind speed fluctuations and oscillations. The method preferably uses a plurality of windmill stations, including a number ...


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Ben M Enis, Paul Lieberman: Method of coordinating and stabilizing the delivery of wind generated energy. J John Shimazaki, December 11, 2007: US07308361 (59 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to a method of coordinating and stabilizing the delivery of wind generated power, such as to a power grid, so as to avoid sudden surges and spikes, despite wind speed fluctuations and oscillations. The method preferably uses a plurality of windmill stations, including a number ...


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Ben M Enis, Paul Lieberman: Method and apparatus for using wind turbines to generate and supply uninterrupted power to locations remote from the power grid. J John Shimazaki, August 9, 2005: US06927503 (58 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to a wind energy generating and storing system comprising methods and apparatuses for providing energy dedicated for immediate use and energy storage, to provide electrical power on an uninterrupted and continous basis, to locations remote from an electrical power grid. ...


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Ben M Enis, Paul Lieberman: Method and apparatus for storing and using energy to reduce the end-user cost of energy. J John Shimazaki, January 2, 2007: US07155912 (54 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to an energy storing method and apparatus for use by end-users of energy, such as commercial property owners and operators. The system differs from past systems, insofar as it is not intended to be used by and in connection with energy suppliers, such as large utility and power ...


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Ben M Enish, Paul Lieberman: Method and apparatus for using wind turbines to generate and supply uninterrupted power to locations remote from the power grid. J John Shimazaki, June 27, 2006: US07067937 (52 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to a wind energy generating and storing system comprising methods and apparatuses for providing energy dedicated for immediate use and energy storage, to provide electrical power on an uninterrupted and continuous basis, to locations remote from an electrical power grid ...


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Ben M Enis, Paul Lieberman: Thermal energy storage system using compressed air energy and/or chilled water from desalination processes. J John Shimazaki, December 28, 2010: US07856843 (16 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to a universal system for producing cost effective energy particularly for cooling purposes. In one embodiment, wind turbines are used to generate electricity and compressed air energy, wherein the compressed air energy is used to co-generate electricity and chilled air. The ch ...


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Ben M Enis, Paul Lieberman: Method of transporting and storing wind generated energy using a pipeline. J John Shimaazaki, March 17, 2009: US07504739 (15 worldwide citation)

The method involves storing and transporting power in the form of compressed air energy, via a pipeline. The method preferably consists of using at least one power source such as a wind turbine to drive a compressor to compress air into storage, wherein the size and length of the pipeline can be ada ...


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Ben M Enis, Paul Lieberman: Method and apparatus for using wind turbines to generate and supply uninterrupted power to locations remote from the power grid. J John Shimazaki, July 31, 2007: US07250691 (9 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to a wind energy generating and storing system comprising methods and apparatuses for providing energy dedicated for immediate use and energy storage, to provide electrical power on an uninterrupted and continuous basis, to locations remote from an electrical power grid ...


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Paul Lieberman: Stackable cup holder. Brooks & Kushman, February 23, 1988: US04726470 (9 worldwide citation)

A stackable cup holder (10) for use with a disposable cup (12) is disclosed as including a cup holding body (14), and a handle (22) having an upper portion (24), and also a base (28) having a positioning space (30). The upper portion (24) of the handle (22) of another like stackable cup holder (10) ...


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Ben M Enis, Paul Lieberman: Method of coordinating and stabilizing the delivery of wind generated energy. J John Shimazaki, July 5, 2011: US07974742 (6 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to a method of coordinating and stabilizing the delivery of wind generated power, such as to a power grid, or a facility having pneumatically driven equipment, so as to avoid sudden surges and spikes, despite wind speed fluctuations and oscillations. The method preferably uses ...



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