Wind Energy For Homes

If you are thinking about harnessing wind energy for homes, you first have to see if you live in an area that receives a lot of wind. It can onlyhomemade-wind-energy be economical if you are not blocked by buildings, hills, or mountains, which will reduce the effect of wind power. If you do receive a lot of wind, your wind turbine can pay for itself in about 2 years. But read this warning about wind energy for homes before you continue.

Contrary to popular belief, wind turbines only work when the wind is at above a certain speed. I am an industrial electrician and have worked in a number of power plants. Though you may live in a nice windy area like Reno, Nevada for instance, you won’t get as much power as you initially think because the wind has to make the turbine spin at above a certain speed.

If you are into cars, think of it as essentially an alternator on a car. The faster they spin, the more power it produces. And once they are spinning, they start to produce power.

If you do live in a windy area and get plenty of wind above high ground (on your roof is ideal), take a look at this guide on wind energy for homes.

I will teach you how to create wind energy for homes without the unsightly look of huge windmills that take up space. You can do it yourself at home, have tons of fun making it, and cut your electricity bill by at least half. You can create a power-generating wind energy for homes for as little as $100. All from supplies you can get at your hardware store like Home Depot or Lowes. Stay tuned and I’ll teach you how!

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The way a wind mill works is that it catches the wind and causes a blade to spin. That spinning motion activates a generator, which converts mechanical energy into electrical energy. A cable carries the electricity to the transmission line and a computer system controls the direction of the blades. Some manufacturers charge $6,000 to an upwards of $20,000 just to have a wind energy for homes system installed on an average sized home.

It’s always better to do-it-yourself because if you purchase from a manufacturer, can they do later adjustment and repairs? Probably not. Also will the company that makes your wind turbine be in business next month? Nothing is ever sure.

You can have wind energy for homes at a fraction of that price. Literally, it costs only $100 to reproduce the same results. Combine that with How to make Solar Panels and your monthly electricity bill will be only pennies.

The best part is that you use low cost materials with little or no technical knowledge required to make it. Feel free to click ahead to Wind Energy For Homes to get a sneak peak on how to cut your electricity bill by 75% and even completely eliminate them. Believe it or not, you can get off the entire electricity grid completely and have the electric company pay you for giving them extra power.

With a wind turbine, you simply put it together with parts from your hardware store and follow my step-by-step instructions. Go to Wind Energy For Homes to learn more about renewable energy and save money at the same time!

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