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Monday, January 30, 2012

Make Your Personal Homemade Energy

When Bill Ford reached the point of being tired of paying the high cost of energy, he began to take action. This 52-year-old from California created the website HomeMadeEnergy.org, providing millions of people just like himself about the ways in which natural resources can be used for energy. Along with the website, Ford wrote two detailed guides regarding renewable energy, which is truly valuable.

In the guide called HomeMade Energy, Ford provides easy-to-follow steps for generating power from natural resources. Along with saving money, people that read this guide are also taught ways of supporting a healthy environment. While HomeMade Energy is loaded with benefits, the greatest is that anyone can build a power source for little money while enjoying vast savings.

Homemade Energy is a revolutionary guide in that methods and information for generating backyard energy is far better from any other guide on the market today. Ford has painstakingly put together instructions so simple that even a teenager could build a homemade generator. Because of the low price, wealth of information, and easy to follow instructions, this has quickly become the number one guide of choice.

The problem is that large electricity companies and various Fortune 500 companies associated with power want the public to believe they have no other choice but to keep paying the rising cost of energy. Obviously, if more and more people begin to make solar power by building their own generators, electric companies will be hit hard in the area of revenue. For that reason, most companies try to discourage homeowners from making homemade generators because they do not want to lose money.

Now, some forms of renewable energy would be impossible for the average person to achieve in that the systems are large and high dollar. However, using the information in Home Made Energy, the average person will find that he or she has another option, one that will produce energy for the entire household. This is a very affordable solution, one saving hundreds if not thousands of dollars each year.

Consumers have several options for renewable energy but not all are a good choice for home use. For instance, some generators are simply too large, some are designed for commercial and not residential use, and others are simply too expensive. However, as you will find with the information in Home Made Energy, you do have a solution, one that is affordable, efficient, and effective.

In the guide, Home Made Energy, people will find that they can choose from wind power or solar power, both offering tremendous savings. The guide comes with detailed instructions based on a person’s physical location in the country, the square footage of the home, and other information so the right system is chosen. While many people prefer to build a system for wind, others want solar. However, some people will build both systems for personal, renewable energy.

You could choose a guide on building a wind-based generator, a solar-based generator, of if you prefer, you could purchase guides such as homemade energy or Earth 4 Energy, for both wind and solar. After all, any extra power produced beyond what you need, can be sold to electricity companies so building both types of generators is not a bad idea. Every diagram needed is found in the Home Made Energy guide, making this a fun and easy project to complete. After being built, your generator will provide you and your family with a long list of benefits such as:

* Hundreds of dollars in savings every month on electricity
* Doing your part in saving the planet
* A fun family and friend project
* Option of going 100% off-grid
* Sell excess power generated to the local electricity company
* Save more money for vacation

1 Comments:

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