Category: Building your own generator

An Introduction to Your Home’s Electrical System

Electricity has become an absolutely essential part of modern life. It is used to power the largest industries down to the smallest household convenience. In your home, electricity is used to power appliances, furnaces, light fixtures, and many other items. Have you ever wondered how exactly your home’s electrical system works? Components Your home’s electrical […]

How to Build Your Own Wind Power Generators and Get Government Grants to Sponsor Your Project

Fuel costs are on the rise and many people have been looking for alternatives to cut their rising home energy costs. One option is conservation – by using less you can save a lot of money, but that is very hard for some people with demanding lives. Another option is to be more energy efficient. […]

Thursday December 31st, 2009 in Building your own generator, Wind Energy | No Comments »

Solar Home Power – The Cost-Benefit Analysis of Solar Power Residential Use

Across the globe, it is becoming a priority for all nations to focus more and more on the use of renewable resources, and using less electricity. Solar home power systems are actively encouraged and there is now a wide range of financial incentives to businesses large and small to provide energy efficient appliances and home […]

Wednesday December 30th, 2009 in Building your own generator, Solar Power | No Comments »

5 Necessary Steps You Should Take When Building a Home Made Electrical Power System

So you are considering either by necessity or for whatever reason becoming power self reliant with home made electrical power. Let us look at some things you need to do so that you have a chance of getting something that will work for you. 1. Perform an energy audit What is an energy audit? Put […]

Tuesday December 29th, 2009 in Building your own generator | No Comments »

Home Solar Power Generation – It’s Never Been A Better Time To Use Solar Power In The Home

It isn’t really known how long fossil fuels will last but the fact that they are essentially finite and will run out at some stage seems to really be hitting home to the powers that be and the average person in the street. Not only is this translating to inflationary prices in using energy but […]

Monday December 28th, 2009 in Building your own generator, Solar Power | No Comments »
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