When you think about the potential energy savings of home propane generators, you probably think about a propane tank that’s mounted to a house or a small garage.
You probably also think about small portable generators that can be put in a truck or van to produce power, or you might think about home battery-powered generators that use batteries or solar panels.
But now, a new device that uses electricity from propane tanks to run an indoor generator is making the rounds in the United States.
It’s called a power-generator called an energy-storage unit.
The device, called the Energy-storage Unit for Homes, or ESUMH, has been available for a few years in the U.S. but is still in the early stages of commercialization.
The ESUMh uses an electric motor, an induction motor and a battery.
The electric motor generates electricity by pushing a large motor on a conveyor belt, while the induction motor drives a small battery pack that turns the motor.
The generator is charged by a large lithium ion battery and the battery is charged with solar panels or wind turbines.
The Energy-Storage Unit for Home has been designed to run indoors and has been tested by a group of U.K.-based experts, according to the company that designed the device.
“In the next three years we expect to see this product in many homes and businesses around the world, and we are hoping to bring this to market in the next few years,” said Matthew Buehler, co-founder of the company.
Buehl said the company is still working on the manufacturing of the product, but he expects it will be ready in the second half of 2019.
“This is really a great demonstration of the viability of this technology and how it can be scaled up to the scale of a typical household,” said Buellson.
The company’s product will also be available for purchase to people in Canada.
“The ESUMhy will enable many people to use a renewable energy source in the home, such as propane, for a range of purposes,” said the ESUMhat.com website.
“For example, it can power small appliances, or a portable generator, for household use.”
Bueller said that a large battery pack, such a solar panel or wind turbine, will be used in most homes and the device will also work well with other energy sources, including natural gas, hydroelectricity, nuclear and biofuels.
“If you can use natural gas or natural gas-powered devices, you can also use this system,” he said.
“And if you can’t use natural fuel, it will still work great for batteries.”
The ESMMouse has been under development for some time, but the company announced the device on the Internet on Friday.
Buhler said he’s not sure how much time is left before the ESMMon is ready for widespread use, but that he expects to have it in the homes of many people in the near future.
The product was designed by the University of Bath and is available to order online.