Home Made Energy Options
Are you ready to ELIMINATE YOUR POWER BILL WHILE SAVING THE PLANET? Here is your opportunity to do your part in helping preserve valuable natural resources. But, even more of a benefit to you is that you will be able to REDUCE YOUR POWER BILL by as much as 70% and in some cases COMPLETELY ELIMINATE IT! Maybe you have heard of renewable energy or seen solar panels used by businesses or wind farms along the highway. But, there is no reason why every individual cannot have access to such valuable information. With the ever increasing costs of living, there is no better time than right now to stop throwing money out the window and start generating your own electricity. You can choose between two types of electricity generators, solar-based or wind-based.
However, most of the products are not designed to produce the electricity needed for home supply. They cost fortunes and are only usable in the corporate world. In the past, renewable energy has generally been more expensive to use than fossil fuels. Plus, renewable resources are often located remote areas and it is expensive to build powerlines to the cities where they are needed. The use of renewable sources is also limited by the fact that they are not always available (for example, cloudy days reduce solar energy, calm days mean no wind blows to drive wind turbines, droughts reduce water availability to produce hydroelectricity). That's right, you can learn everything you need to know about producing your own electricity using solar and wind power.
As you may expect, there's almost nothing local policymakers can do to make a large difference in the short term of renewable energy. But with record high gas prices over the summer, the one ray of light is that market forces are already bringing about significant conservation and improved efficiency across the board from commuters climbing on the bus instead of into their SUVs alone, to homeowners installing compact fluorescent light bulbs in great numbers. In the last three years, we have seen large fluctuations in the cost of natural gas, oil, and electricity due to global economics, market deregulation, and political events in some parts of the world. Renewable energy is not subject to sharp price changes because it comes from sources such as sunshine, flowing water, wind, and biological waste, all of which are free. This gives people greater certainty about the cost of energy, which is good for society and the economy. By comparison, fossil fuels are limited in their supply, and their price will increase as they become scarcer.
Renewable energy on the other hand quickly replaces itself and is usually available in a never-ending supply. Renewable energy comes from the natural flow of sunlight, wind, or water around the Earth. With the help of special collectors, we can capture some of this energy and put it to use in our homes and businesses. As long as sunlight, water and wind continue to flow and trees and other plants continue to grow, we have access to a ready of supply of energy.