Renewable Alternative Energy Sources -
Solar powered electricity systems, or solar photovoltaic's (PV) catch the sun's energy using photovoltaic panels. The cells in the panels convert the light into electricity, which can be used to run household appliances and lighting.
Wind turbines produce electricity utilising the power of the wind. Small systems
known as 'microwind' or 'small-
Hydro power uses running water to generate electricity, whether it's a small stream or a larger river. Small or micro hydroelectricity systems can produce electricity for lighting and electrical appliances in an average home.
Produce heat and hot water from wood burning stoves and boilers. Wood-
Solar water heating systems warm hot water using heat from the sun, usually with a boiler as backup, to make water hotter or provide hot water when solar energy is unavailable.
Ground source heat pumps produce heat from pipes buried in the garden. Air source heat pumps produce heat from the outside air. This is usually used to heat hot water, radiators or underfloor heating systems.
Generate Electricity and Heat
The Plans are Easy to Read and Follow
One Unit Generates at least 1,000 Watts of Power
The Wind Generator Can Be Built for Under $100
The Turbines are Easy to Build and Assemble
The Most Powerful and Most Efficient Way To Generate Natural Clean Electricity Was Discovered In 1901! But When “BIG ENERGY” Realised They Couldn’t Meter It And Charge YOU For It! They Buried The Discovery And Had The Government Label It As “CLASSIFIED”