For some time now I have been looking into
the many guides that are available that show
how to make wind power at home and live
off the grid. These guides show you how to
make your own energy from wind generation. Many of these guides
also provide tips on other fuel saving
measures such as bio-diesel and ways to
improve your gas consumption for your
have spent hundreds of dollars reviewing the
many guides available on the market on
"How to Make Wind Power At Home", I have
been scouring the forums reading the reviews
and also the problems on these products.
After all my research this is the top product that I would
absolute first place has to go to Earth4Energy this is an excellent Ebook.
The book shows you ways how to reduce your electricity bill by 80%
or to even eliminate it completely. The book shows how to not only
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back to the power companies; if you have a surplus.
Included also are ways to store the energy without even having to
pay anything for the storage!
Created with the novice in mind the book provides an easy to follow
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Here's The Problem...
See, nowadays, the
Internet has become our main source of
information; we go online, we look up what
we need, we read the info, we try to take it
in, but...it just doesn't make sense. Why?
Because every wanabee can put up ANY
information online, no matter if it's good
or bad. In other words, DON'T DO YOUR
HOMEWORK, and you will end up with only half
windmill, or a wind
turbine that will never work. Why? Because
there are a bunch of self-called "experts"
that feed us garbage that does not work.
If you have checked any forums on
home wind power,
you will find a lot of people complaining
that their projects turned out to be a waste
of time and money, just because they've used
the wrong information, plans and opinions
they found online, coming from these fake
and after a lot of time
reading, asking as many questions as I could,
to the right people I did
find a couple of reliable
resources that would allow me to
finally start my project. The cost of the project?
Around $200 in materials, plus my time
- which I don't have a problem with spending
that, if I save the initial $2,000 that
would have been required.
At the recommendation of a fellow forum
poster, I've checked out this site:
Here's an overview of it...
and make sure you read my conclusion
at the end...