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Tips To Save Money With Alternative Energy And House Solar Power

With the ever increasing costs of living there is no better time then right now to start producing our own electricity. Whether you want to simply reduce your power bills or completely eliminate them, it couldn’t be easier.

You will save hundreds of dollars a month… and thousands of dollars a year… for the rest of your life. Some people switching to solar power have been able to slash their electricity bill by 80% or more!

Solar energy is also the cheapest way to generate renewable energy. You will be able to protect your pocket book during these recession times and spend money on more important things.

You will have a lot of fun in building your own power systems. You can do it with your close friends and family during a week-end and everyone will enjoy it.

The savings can typically pay for a solar system in one month’s time. Plus, the fuel is free, with no moving parts, the cells require little upkeep and because they burn no fuel and have no moving parts, solar systems are clean and silent. Another great reason to install a renewable energy system in your home is that you will increase the value of your home by thousands!

You will be able to go completely off-grid if you want, knowing that rising energy prices will not affect you. Also, you could possibly be able to make the electricity company pay you, because the surplus of what you produce will make the meter go the other way, in case you want to stay on-grid.

Your probably wondering right now, but it’s true. Most electric companies utilize net metering, which means your electricity meter can run forwards and backwards. When you produce more power than you use at any given moment, the meter runs backwards as you send the excess back to the grid and effectively sell that power back to your power company.

(They pay or credit you at exactly the same price per KWh they charge you). For the average customer this results in significant reductions in their electricity bill, though some generate more total power than they use and receive a payment from the electric company.

Most people are unaware that solar cells and wind power can be used to power up basically any appliance you have in your home: fridge, washing machine, computer, TVs, lights. While others wonder if solar energy really works.

Ponder this…solar cells were originally developed for use in space, where repair is extremely expensive, if not impossible. To this day solar energy still powers nearly every satellite circling the earth because it operates reliably for long periods of time with virtually no maintenance.

Future of Free Power Energy – Secret Technology Documentary HD 2015 FULL

Free energy is the idea that a low-cost power source can be found that requires little to no input to generate a significant amount of electricity. Such devices can be divided into two basic categories: “over-unity” devices that generate more energy than is provided in fuel to the device, and ambient energy devices that try to extract energy from the environment, such as quantum foam in the case of zero-point energy devices.
Not all “free energy” claims are necessarily bunk, and not to be confused with Renewable Energy. There certainly is cheap-ass energy to be had in the environment that may be harvested at either zero cost or sustain us for long amounts of time. Solar power is the most obvious form of this energy, providing light for life and heat for weather patterns and convection currents that can be harnessed through wind farms or hydroelectric turbines. In 2009 Nokia announced they expect to be able to gather up to 20 milliwatts of power from ambient radio sources such as broadcast TV and cellular networks, enough to slowly recharge a typical mobile phone in standby mode.This may be viewed not so much as free energy, but energy that someone else paid for.