The UK Wind Power Backlash

Recent developments in the tidal power sector are causing many to speak out against the UK government’s reliance on wind power to ensure we meet our renewable energy goals. According to The Times, if the government wants to hit its target, the UK needs to build around 7,000 more wind-turbines – a high number if one considers the amount of not-in-my-back-yard-ism and anti-wind petitioning that meets nearly every planned wind farm.

However, as tidal power expert Bob Smith (of Pulse Tidal) argues, the backlash against wind in favour of tidal is not merely the voice of those who deem turbines ugly or a blot on the landscape – despite the fact that tidal turbines are out of sight. Quoted at edie.net, Smith commented: “Most importantly, the UK needs predictable sources of energy and tidal is entirely predictable, unlike wind; because water is more dense than air.”

Aside from making use of a more predictable energy source, tidal turbines can produce more energy from a smaller turbine system – resulting in lower installation costs. This is a positive factor that is highlighted by The Times’ article ‘Tilting at Wind Farms’ in which it is written that the Confederation of British Industry estimate that meeting the government’s 2030 carbon-emissions target will increase ‘the average British household bill from £1,243 today to £1,615.90.’

The same article goes on to quote Professor Jack Steinberger of CERN particle physics laboratory, Geneva. He argues that wind power is an uneconomic waste of resources – and explained his reasons to the Royal Society in May. Wind is now considered one of the most expensive forms of energy – costing six times the amount of gas and three times as much as nuclear.

In another twist in the renewable energy saga, even if the UK heeds the words of experts like Steinberger and Smith, wind energy may still be very much part of our future. Speaking in June, the Swedish Deputy Prime Minister announced that the country will soon be in the position to export wind power. The country’s economy, and rugged geography lends itself well to wind power – and is set to benefit further if other countries are willing to buy green energy from them.

Sarah Maple writes about energy management and solar hot water production. The Green Project has been set up to give you and your community the best advice and recommendations on ways to make your home more energy efficient to reduce energy costs and greenhouse gas emissions.

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Wind Generator Construction

So you wanting to get into wind generator construction? That is a great idea, whether to use yourself or to start your own business. As a matter of fact I suggest both. If you implant a generator on your home, you will start reaping huge benefits from a very natural energy source, and if you start building them and selling to your community or whoever, you will be helping them save money, and really start spreading the word about helping the planet.

When you get started with wind generator construction, you will need to be sure to have a complete list of wind generator parts, and a complete wind generator diagram. Making sure that your diagram is as detailed as possible.

The four major components of a wind generator that you need to be aware of before your journey into wind generation construction begins are the tower, usually 8 to 30 feet tall, Hubs and Blades, will run you around $ 30, the body, easiest part to build, and the tail, very important part of your generator. When you start constructing these generators if you plan on building more than one, it is best to build as many of each component as you will need for your complete project. For example, you plan on installing 4 wind generators, then build all for towers first, then the hubs, then blades, so on and so forth. Doing it this way will get you done faster, using your time more wisely.

Before you get into the wind generator construction business, it is a good idea to build a few for yourself, and to show off to your potential customers. Having a few of them installed on your house can show your customers how they look, how they work and you can even show them your utility bills, comparing your current bills with the generators and your previous bills not having the wind generators on your home.

Building these wind generators does not have to break the bank. Building these on your own can be very cost effective. So are you ready to build wind generators for the home? If so let’s get you started right now. No better time than the present right?

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Earth, Wind, Fire

Read 1 Kings 18-19 for the backgrounder. It’s an awesome story.

I finally understood the thing about the wind, earthquake, fire, and whisper.

Elijah wasn’t just some coward the way we always make him how to be. People always say “How could you lose faith after such an awesome miracle on carmel?” “How could this man run away like that as if nothing happened?”

But that’s precisely it. He thought that the hearts of Israel would be turned completely to the Lord after that. He thought King Ahab would be totally convinced. Jezebel too. He thought his days of running would be over because the Lord proved that Baal was no god, slaughtered all baal’s prophets, and finally sent rain. That should’ve been it. That awesome display of power and authority should’ve done the job. Or so Elijah thought.

But this is what happened. When Elijah came back to Jezreel there was a messenger that came to him with a message from Jezebel the Queen… Jezebel the Prophet-Killer. Basically she was saying “YOURE DEAD!”. Jezebel was still after him, no one in israel would stand up for him, and it was as if nothing happened. He thought everything would change, that everything would be different after that showcase on the mountain. Apparently, nothing changed. He was still on the run. Israel was still steeped in their sin and their hearts were not turned towards God.

So Elijah ran away. And God intercepted him and basically said “If you’re running away, let’s meet together on top of that mountain over there”. And then that famous encounter with Earth, Wind and Fire happened. God asked Elijah “What are you doing here”. It was like he was asking “Why did you run away? Why are you so disappointed? What did you think would happen? Did you really think that after Carmel, everyone would turn to me? Let me teach you something. I want you to stand at the mouth of the cave because I am coming.”

First there was a great wind. But God wasn’t in the wind. Elijah knew it. So Elijah didn’t move.

Then there was a great earthquake. Elijah knew that God wasn’t in there either.

Then there was a great fire. You know these things don’t happen everyday my friend. But Elijah knew God wasn’t in the fire so he stayed put.

Then there was a gentle whisper. Elijah knew that whisper. He went out. God really was there. And God asked him again “Elijah, what are you doing here”

By then, I think Elijah was getting the point. What point is that? This whole thing, that’s God’s way of saying- yes these grand miracles I’ve done- sending a blazing fire on the flooded altar consuming the sacrifice and the 12 tankfulls of water, and a great rain I sent after 7 years of drought… these are magnificent and tell of my grandeur. But what changes the hearts of men is my gentle whisper. I do it subtly. I speak to each of them. The grand miracles change their minds but only for a day. I am found in the whispers in their hearts. And that’s how I change the hearts of men.

God was trying to console Elijah’s disappointment that the big miracles didn’t seem to work. He reminded Elijah that HE was still at work. That the story doesn’t end there. It never really does.

Think about it, after all the plagues in Egypt, Pharoah’s heart was still hard. We’re always expecting these big miracles to change the world. God still does them to show the world how great he is. But the more awesome thing about God is that there’s that gentle whisper- maybe not all hear, or maybe all hear but do not respond. God is in the whisper. And God is whispering now.

How about you? What do you look for everyday? Earth, Wind and Fire? Or God’s voice? What do you think will change the world at the end of the day? Earth, Wind and Fire? Oh that will change the world alright. But not the hearts of men. If you want your heart to change, look for that whisper. If you want to join God in changing the world, look for that whisper. I have no doubt that miracles can surround your life if you truly believe. But what’s greater than the Wind, greater than the Earthquake, greater than the Fire, is the gentle whisper of God’s voice, speaking his word of truth.

Take heart and know that this story isn’t over yet. When you are disappointed that change hasn’t come. Remember that God is still whisper, and the world needs to hear it.

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Wind Power For the Home

The environment is in crisis, and the whole world is looking for alternatives to fossil fuel. Scientists are searching for options that are not only eco-friendly, but can be manufactured inexpensively enough to fit into almost any budget. Unfortunately, we’re lagging behind. The technology exists, but until perceptions are changed and more funding is given to alternative energy research, costs remain high for the average person to install most products that generate solar and wind power for the home, independently of public power companies.

The installation of a windmill has traditionally been a costly prospect. Even though installing personal wind power for the home will save the homeowner significant amounts of money in the long run, making the investment pay off in time, the initial outlay dissuades most people from the investment. However, there now exist very inexpensive – yet robust – solutions to providing homemade wind power for homes, allowing homeowners to see a return on their investment in a matter of weeks rather than years. Do-it-yourselfers will find excellent kits now available to help them harness wind power for their homes.

What to consider when purchasing a windmill

If you’ve made the decision to buy personal wind power for your home, you’re to be congratulated. Your decision will benefit not only you, but contribute toward cleaning up the environment in general – and on behalf of the rest of the world, thanks very much! We’re happy to see you eliminate your power bill and set the example for good stewardship in the process. Just remember that there are important things to consider before making your purchase.

Ideally, your windmill should be set up in a spot where the average wind speed is 11 miles per hour. Slightly lower speeds, however, are still reaping results for people, so it’s a judgment call.
Plan in advance. Decide how much output you want the windmill to generate – with such a small initial cost, it’s perfectly possible to buy 2 or even 3 windmill kits and still be financially ahead in a very short time.
Look for sturdy, robust components. If you live in an area that frequently gets heavy winds, you don’t want to risk damage to your investment.
Compare the price of the equipment available on the market, and opt for the one that best suits your site and budget.

What features to look for in a DIY windmill

Helpful illustrations. Seeing what the finished product is supposed to look like helps tremendously over relying on text alone. Find a kit that provides clear visuals and your project will go much more smoothly.
Well written guide. If the manual that comes with your kit is too technical, or simply poorly written, it will only create frustration. Be sure you find a kit with easy-to-read-and-follow instructions.
Component descriptions. Your guide should give you detailed descriptions (including pictures) of all the components you will need to install wind power to the home, including describing which components are best for your unique situation.
Local information. It’s a pretty poor guide that tells you all about where in Prague you can buy your equipment, while you sit reading it in Provo. Look for one that will provide you with information on equipment that can be purchased in your local area.

It’s not just possible to get inexpensive wind power to the home, it’s the smart move to make. For less than 0, no experience, and a few hours work, you can be lowering or even eliminating your power bill for good. With a homemade windmill, you might even find that the power company is paying you for the excess energy you’re generating! Live off the grid. Find out more by visiting http://howtowindpower.com

Wind Plans Product Review

Wind Plans is a good product if you are looking to install a wind turbine for electrical generation on your home. It has a lot of information on how to properly construct the best wind power system.

Wind Plans was created by a married couple that built their own solar and wind power system and now live completely off the grid. They used both wind and solar power systems to supply all of their own energy and they will show you how they did it. They take you through the process of designing a system that will be large enough to supply all of your home’s power.

They also show you the best materials to use for the construction of the solar and wind powered equipment as well as great locations to find it on the web and locally as well. If you follow their instructions you can save yourself thousands of dollars. They also offer a group of manuals for sale that detail how to construct these systems and include diagrams and instructions on how best to build the gear.

Along with the designs to build a wind turbine they also have a complete guide to constructing an inexpensive solar panel. By combining the wind turbine with a decent system of solar cells most homeowners will be able to generate enough electricity to completely power their homes.

The solar panel guide has a lot of detail on how to best size your system and where you can find solar panels at a discount price. It even lists locations where you can obtain solar cells for free for use in your own solar powered system.

If your home gets enough sun during the day and you build your system to the proper size you might be able to generate enough energy to fully power your home. You can sell any excess electricity you produce back to your local energy utility.

Wind Plans has two other alternative energy guides that detail how to make bio diesel yourself at home, and how to build an electric car. Both of these guides have detailed plans on these projects as well as parts lists and a list of sources for these components. Being able to further reduce your energy needs by using these manuals can help you save even more money.

Wind Plans is backed by a 60-day full refund on anything purchased from them. This means if you are not satisfied for any reason you can return the material for a full refund. The guarantee makes the information given even more valuable. If you are interested in alternative energy projects or are considering building a solar or wind system yourself, give Wind Plans a try. You will find good information to help you with your project.

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Kansas Wind Farms

While the State of Kansas offers diverse landscapes, it is often noted for its flat landscapes and open prairie lands in several areas of the state. This topography presents ideal conditions for wind farms and the ability to harness wind power for energy use. Wind farms need to be located in areas with consistent wind speeds averaging 10 mph (miles per hour) or greater to be successful. According to the American Wind Energy Association, Kansas places 12th on the list of states for wind capacity.

What are Wind Farms?

Wind farms consist of a group of wind turbines located together that gather energy from the wind as it blows. This energy is transformed into electricity and can provide homeowners and businesses with a “green” form of power to serve their needs. Green power is the preferred method of providing energy, as it does not leave a “carbon footprint” in its wake. Green power is noted as coming from “clean” or “alternative” energy sources. A carbon footprint refers to the amount of carbon dioxide that is released into the atmosphere from utilizing traditional sources of energy, such as coal, petroleum, and natural gas. These are also known as fossil fuels and their emissions into the atmosphere are called greenhouse gases. Greenhouse gases are detrimental to the Earth’s atmosphere; that is why it is wise to avoid using them as much as possible.

The Great Smoky Hills Wind Farm

The Great Smoky Hills wind farm, located just 19 miles west of Salina, was built by Enel, the Italian renewable energy developer. Enel sells power and gas to a huge market throughout 22 countries, including Europe and Latin America, as well as North America. The plant in Salina is expected to produce 250 MW (megawatts) of wind energy, which is enough to provide power to 85,000 homes.

Phase I of the wind farm became operational in January 2008. This first phase involved 56 turbines that were capable of providing 101 MW of energy. Phase II provided 99 additional turbines, with a further capacity of 149 MW of energy, beginning in December 2008. The plant did experience a setback, however, when a transformer failed at the same time that Phase II was set to become operational. These transformers are unique enough that a replacement was not readily available. It took a few months, therefore, to get the new transformer ready to go. Operations were back online and running smoothly in May 2009.

A New Factory in Hutchinson

Siemens Energy Company, based in Germany, recently announced plans to build a factory to manufacture equipment parts for wind farms in Hutchinson, Kansas. This new factory will bring many employment opportunities for the citizens of Hutchinson as well as the surrounding areas. The estimated $ 50 million wind turbine parts plant is expected to employ 400 people. The main function of this wind farm will be to manufacture a component of the wind turbine called nacelles. Nacelles are the oblong pieces, located at the top of the wind towers, containing gears, electronics, and generating components.

Siemens chose to place this factory in Hutchinson because of its central geographic location in the United States and its efficient transportation access. The total capacity of the plant is estimated to be 650 nacelles per year, which equates to 1,500 MW. The first nacelle is expected to be shipped from the plant in December 2010.

Other Kansas Wind Farms

Other wind farms in Kansas include Gray County (40.8 percent wind capacity factor), Elk River (44.1 percent wind capacity factor), and Spearville (47.2 wind capacity factor). Gray County Wind Farm was built in 2001 and is located in Montezuma, Kansas. The average wind speed at this farm is 20 mph. The Elk River Wind Farm came online in December 2005, and the Spearville Wind Project had its formal dedication in October 2006.

Kansas is a wise choice to build wind farms and factories producing wind turbine components. The state is poised to be one of the leaders in the nation to utilize and provide renewable energy sources.

Sherry J. Irvin, staff writer for Unreel Media

Wind Turbine Generator

I was searching the internet looking for any kind of information-hopefully free-that would show me how to build a wind turbine generator. I even entertained the thought of purchasing a commercially built wind turbine generator, but the price was just too much.

I decided to build my own and thought that somewhere in the great expanse of the internet I would find “free” plans and be on my way.

Well, I found tidbits of information here and there but never really found the whole package that made everything clear. I finally decided to break down and spend $ 50.00 on some wind turbine generator e-book plans.

I wasn’t too sure about it before I ordered, but I did know that they guaranteed a 100% refund if not satisfied.

I was more than satisfied.

They exceeded my expectations. I have now saved nearly $ 1000.00 in electric bills since building and installing my own roof-mounted wind turbine generator in a little over a year now. That’s a pretty good return on investment from my original fifty bucks!

What do you get when you purchase these guides?

First of all…this is an e-book. As soon as you pay through their secure ordering page, you will immediately be able to download all of the information and videos to get started right away.

You do not receive any parts. The parts needed will be clearly illustrated and you will have to spend a little less than $ 200.00 for everything. So all together you will have to spend, including the price of the e-book, around $ 250.00 to build your wind generator.

Is it worth it?Yes. In fact, one of the main advantages of building your own wind turbine generator is the quick return of investment. If you purchase a commercially built unit, you could wait years before you could ever pay it off.

How long does it take to build?

The manuals claim you can build your turbine in two days. Depending on your experience with tools, this will vary.

Is it hard to do?

No. These manuals kept in mind that several people may not be as experienced as others so they made the instructions, and the building tasks quite simple.

Where can I purchase these plans?

Right here! Visit this wind turbine generator review site and decide which one to choose.

This author has written several articles about wind and alternative energy. His website at http://www.buildawindturbine.com contains several related articles about wind energy and how the everyday homeowner can achieve results by building their own wind turbine system to cut their energy costs. If you are interested in creating your own wind power to help reduce your electrical costs, visit his wind turbine review and find the perfect solution for your alternative energy needs.

Wind Power’s Disadvantages

The use of wind power is like endlessly viable alternative energy source.

The most off cited reason is that there is zero pollution associated with the use of wind based power. However, there is an additional benefit that some may not be aware of. Wind is available in abundance anywhere and everywhere on the earth. This makes wind a much more pragmatic source of energy since exploration and excavation is not part of the equation. With such a high supply of available wind power, the costs associated with energy can be greatly reduced.

This leads to questions as to why wind farms are not more prevalent in a society that has great needs and demands for energy. Unfortunately, wind power is far from a perfect concept and there are some common disadvantages associated with employing its use. Here is a look at some of those disadvantages:

Surely, you have noticed that some days the wind blows fiercely while other days it does not. While this is not all that bad for someone simply out on a stroll, for those that require a certain amount of wind to produce a desired quota of renewable energy, such lack of “reliability” on the element’s part can prove severely problematic. Basically, when the wind does not blow the wind turbines cannot possible produce energy. Such limitations on the ability to reliably generate wind power have slowed its growth in the energy market.

Speaking of wind turbines, there are certain problems with these electricity producing propeller-like devices. For the turbines to produce a heaping amount of energy, the turbines must be placed in a region that is free from obstructions. But, where is such “free space” available? Well, if space exists it certainly would not be free. More than likely, it will come with high rental, lease, or purchase costs. Such costs can cut into the cost-efficiency of the farms and make them unviable.

Wind farms and turbines and sometimes not met with a lot of enthusiasm by populations in urban areas. This can be considered ironic since such regions are incredibly reliant on high energy consumption in order to thrive. So, why is there an aversion to wind turbines on the part of the populace? Wind turbines can be very noisy which can undermine the peace and quiet people seek. Also, the presence of wind farms can encroach on private and commercial properties which may potentially lower their equity. In short, you save money on energy but lose the value of your property.

Lastly, no matter how you approach the development of wind power, fossil fuel use will be required to support such a venture. The production, transportation, and even the design of wind power will require traditional oil and coal based energy production to create. This is a simple, unavoidable fact.

Do not consider any of these assessments to be an admonishment against the use of wind power. Wind power has many scores of benefits to it and they are all worth exploring. Yes, disadvantages exist but that is true of all energy sources whether they be traditional or modern renewable forms.

 

America launches offshore wind farm: Cape Wind

Offshore wind has been given the go-ahead for construction in Cape Cod. The nation’s first lease for commercial offshore wind energy development was signed at the American Wind Energy Association’s (AWEA) North American Offshore Wind Conference in Atlantic City. The wind cape can save 100 million dell studio 1558 battery  power.  On stage in front of an eager group of photographers and applauding crowd, U.S. Interior Sec. Ken Salazar signed the lease with Cape Wind Associates President Jim Gordon. “Our feeling is that America needs all the renewable energy we can get,” Gordon says. “We believed ten years ago that offshore wind could become a major component of America’s energy future. We put our money where our mouth was and with have moved the project forward. In the process we have helped evolved the regulatory framework for offshore wind in America. “

The lease authorizes Cape Wind to construct an offshore wind farm with 130, 3.6-MW Siemens turbines on Horseshoe Shoal in Nantucket Sound, and to operate the facility for a period of 25 years. Gordon says the area is well-suited for the wind farm, with its shallow water, low wave regime, and reasonable proximity to transmit power by under-sea cables, which will run underground to a land fall and the existing grid in Barnstable, Massachusetts. The company expects the project to have a maximum capacity of about 468 MW, and on average produce about 182 MW. On average, the farm will supply 75% of electricity for Cape and islands, meaning Martha’s Vineyard, Nantucket, and Cape Cod. We can store these dell studio 1555 battery  in cool place.

Since the project’s inception, there’s been quite a shift in public opinion, according to Gordon. “When we started ten years ago, I think there was a visceral reaction,” he says. “There were those who rushed out trying to define the project through misinformation and fear-mongering because of competitive business interest or fears about property values.” However, over the ensuing years and particularly after the draft environmental impact statements came out, Gordon says national environmental organizations like NRDC, The Union of Concerned Scientists, Greenpeace, and The Sierra Club started to support the Cape Wind project, along with organized labor and health and consumer advocates. Independent public opinion polls now show more than 86% of Massachusetts citizens and almost 60% of those on the Cape and islands want Cape Wind built. “We enjoy strong support and favorable public opinion. We’re at a position where we’re ready to start construction.” Gordon says an opposition group funded by coal and oil interests has also tried to stop the project, but the company has overcome their barriers and delaying tactics. Cape Wind’s goal is to start construction during the third quarter of 2011 and complete by the end of 2012. Do not fully discharge your battery too frequently.

Gordon explains the next step is for the Massachusetts Department of Public Utilities to approve the Cape Wind national grid power agreement. “We just completed three weeks of hearings last month, where every aspect of the contract is scrutinized,” he says. “We believe we built a solid evidentiary record for approval. We now can use our studio 1558 battery  to view their position.”

Although the company doesn’t see an expansion opportunity within Horseshoe Shoal, Gordon says they will look for other opportunities for more projects in Massachusetts and across the country. And with a U.S. Department of Energy draft plan that calls for the installation of 54,000 MW of offshore wind power capacity by the year 2030 (which would require more than 100 Cape Wind-sized projects) Cape Wind won’t be the only one searching. Gordon wishes other developers the best. “I hope that Cape Wind makes it easier for other developers that come after us, ” he says. “I’m sure the federal government will incorporate lessons learned from the long regulatory process.  The battery are 1 year warranty 30 days money back.My best wishes go out to all the others now looking up and down the East coast to build offshore wind farms.”

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DIY Wind Turbine – Profit From the Wind

There is no question about it, more and more people around the world are turning to alternative energy sources to generate electricity for their homes. Constructing a DIY wind turbine and DIY solar panels are, as people are learning, is something they can do for themselves and for relatively little money.

For less than $ 200 it is possible to build a wind turbine that will generate electricity for many, many years to come. Likewise, it is possible to construct solar cells and string them together into a solar panel for under $ 200 as well. These projects can be done with easily accessible parts that you can get from your local hardware store or home improvement center and with tools that you more than likely already have in your home.

Just about any able-bodied person can get a hold of the necessary plans from the Internet for less than $ 50 and use those plans to construct wind turbines and solar panels. Some even come with videos that will walk you through the process step-by-step. So if you are intimidated by working with your hands to create a DIY wind turbine then don’t be… it is definitely something you can do.

Ready-made wind turbines built by manufacturers can be quite expensive running into the thousands of dollars. So if you’re loaded and want to save some time and effort then go ahead and get a preconstructed windmill. But I’m guessing because you’re reading this article that you would prefer to do it yourself and spend your money on other things.

Did you know that you can save thousands of dollars a year on your electricity bill by using alternative energy sources like the wind and sun? You will absolutely receive savings from the IRS in the form of tax breaks for using wind and or solar power. In addition to that you will also increase the resale value of your home.

We will be seeing more and more people taking advantage of readily available renewable resources such as the sun and wind to power their homes. All over the world in just about every civilized country people are turning to DIY wind turbines and solar panels. Not only is there a substantial savings in generating your own electricity but there also is a palpable satisfaction derived from knowing that you are doing your part to reduce your carbon footprint.

How much energy you will generate depends on several factors. Obviously if you live in a climate that gets a lot of wind you will be able to generate more electricity than less windy location. The size of the turbine also plays a role in how much energy is captured and converted into electricity. Research has shown that the average home can be powered for an entire day with just a couple hours of the wind blowing at a moderate pace.

Wind turbines operate by kinetic energy which simply means that the blowing wind captures the blades of the rotor and makes it turn. That energy from that turning motion is captured and converted into electricity. The electricity that is captured can be stored and will provide power even when the wind is not blowing and the blades of the turbine are still.

Many people report that they save up to 80% with their DIY wind turbine. Some even generate enough electricity from their wind power system to completely cover their a electricity bill every month. And the best scenario of all? Generating enough power from your wind turbine to not only pay your utility bill but to also sell the excess electricity back to your utility company. That’s right… they will now be paying you.

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