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Home Energy Generation Piquing Public Interest

With the rising cost of oil, gas, natural gas and other fossil fuels and the design for energy independence many, over the years have gone off-grid or partially off-grid in order to take back power from the power companies. Wind and solar energy is particularly appealing to people as a means towards home energy generation that will help liberate them from the oil and utility companies.

By using solar and / or wind power people are not only able to engage in home energy generation to power their houses but some are also powering their vehicles as well. Electric vehicles, hydrogen cars and compressed natural gas vehicles all hold the promise of home refueling and the first two mentioned can be done so without the use of fossil fuels or power company intervention.

With T. Boone Pickens calling for America to access its wind corridor and supply 20-percent of the nations energy needs with this alternative form, people in record numbers have been turning to residential wind turbines to provide power for their own personal home usage.

Photovoltaic is so hot right now, residential solar panels are even been used in master planned communities. With this in mind there are three different eBooks that I am recommending right now. Earth4energy, Home Made Energy and Free Energy Options will all guide you on how to use home energy generation to your optimal advantage by building solar panels and wind turbines to power your home.

Though each eBook is similar, each has its own special way to help consumers achieve energy independence for low cost. Now, that summer is over and we’re starting to head into the cooler months, the cost of home heating oil, natural gas and gasoline are all expected to go north again.

Home energy generation is the only true way to democratize our energy structure in the U. S. and take back what is truly our – personal energy independence.

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Kevin

Kevin is both an environmentalist and a tech guy and has been writing, editing and publishing this blog since 2007. He answers questions related to how you can use tech to go greener.

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