Home Made Energy
The following product has received more great reviews than any other guide from a huge number of members in the Green community, I recommend that you check it out:
Website: Home Made Energy Review
Home Made Energy claims that you can cut your electrical bill by 80% or even eliminate it completely.
The question I get asked lot is… Is it a scam?
As I can attest, Home Made Energy lives up to all it’s claims.
Unlike the other reviews on the Internet about Home Made Energy, I have actually purchased and tried making a solar panel and wind turbine with the instructions from Home Made Energy. You can read other peoples’ reviews and just tell that they’re just copying sentences from their sales page.
Let me give you a bit of background about myself. I’m not an electrical engineer or have any technical knowledge. In fact, I’m a high school science teacher, and I bought this as a project to work with my student. I teach the 11th grade high school and at this age, these kids were luckily still open-minded to trying new science projects.
The first thing I had to do when I received the product, was that I went over it completely and made sure it was feasible for 11th grade students. If they couldn’t understand it, then there’s no way I can try and teach them.
Luckily the instructions had very clear diagrams and step-by-step numbers just like a paint by numbers kind of thing.
So, I knew my 11th grade students could help me build it. (I had an ulterior motive to have them do all the work for me!)
The next thing I did was go through the list of supplies and wrote down what I needed to buy. I went to the Home Depot and got help from an associate. We gathered up all the supplies and it rang up to $192.63. Not bad for a weekend project.
Now the real test was: would the kids have fun? I knew that if I couldn’t keep them from getting bored, they would totally abandon the project. That’s how high school students are: if they get frustrated too easily, they would give up. I knew this from 16 years of teaching.
To my surprise, they loved it! I was fearful that my high school kids would get bored and move on.
They found it easy to follow along and whenever they got stuck, it didn’t take me long to figure out how to get it to work. It really taught them a valuable lesson on saving the environment and also how solar energy works. I definitely urge you to try it out based on my Home Made Energy Review. If a bunch of high school kids can build it, so can you!
Check out the picture that was snapped of me and 3 of my high school kids setting up and testing the solar panel we built from Home Made Energy (that’s me in the green!)