Leno’s garage
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Jay Leno’s garage

Leno’s garage
EcoJet
A work in progress, this biodiesel supercar is a GM one-off, powered by a Honeywell LT-101 turbine engine. (Don Kelsen / Los Angeles Times)
Leno’s garage
General Electric solar panels
Leno’s 54-kilowatt system powers the lights, tools and air conditioning in his 17,000-square-foot garage, often generating enough extra energy that it feeds back to the grid. (Don Kelsen / Los Angeles Times)
Leno’s garage
PacWind Delta II wind turbine
A “vertical axis” system, it generates 10 kilowatts of electrical power from wind energy. (Don Kelsen / Los Angeles Times)
Leno’s garage
Walter Surface Technologies Bio-Circle parts washer
Microbes consume oils and grease and excrete water and carbon dioxide. (Don Kelsen / Los Angeles Times)
Leno’s garage
MX Factor industrial canister exchange system
Replaces aerosol cans with refillable canisters of brake cleaner and cleansers. (Don Kelsen / Los Angeles Times)
Leno’s garage
Begley’s Best all-purpose cleaner
Contains aqueous detergents derived from natural eedstock and complexing agents. (Don Kelsen / Los Angeles Times)
Leno’s garage
A.O. Smith Vertex water heater
The helical coil heat exchanger is 90% efficient, generating 76,000 BTUs per hour and producing more hot water more efficiently and at a lower cost than an average, 78% efficient water heater. (Don Kelsen / Los Angeles Times)
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