By Mark McKeonThe Irish Times: The world’s first commercial gas generator can power homes with a mere 100 watts of electricity and can generate more than 10MW of power.
The generator uses two types of gas to run it.
It has two pumps, one at each end, that allow it to run at 100Watts.
The other type of gas is the liquid methane, which is pumped in through a nozzle.
It can be pumped to a maximum of 10m, or about the height of a house.
The pump on the left is connected to a gas tank and a fuel pump on a truck.
The truck has a motor and can pump fuel from the tank to the pump.
The fuel tank is also connected to the truck.
The generator can run for up to two weeks, depending on the size of the house and the fuel level.
It is capable of producing up to 10MW.
The device has a range of 1,000m, which means it can be used to power up to 200,000 homes.
It also has the capacity to produce electricity for up for 40 years.
For more information, visit www.gasgenerator.com.