Free Energy Generators – DIY Solar, DIY Wind and Now DIY Magnetic Generator

Going green is becoming not just a moral choice, but an economic and sustainable choice.  Even in the world of alternative energy, there are options that had never been considered before and now you can do the previously impossible, create free energy at home.  

Over the last three decades the world has turned it’s interest to renewable clean energy and the advances in solar and wind generation are outstanding.  As a result of the demand for these products, the price is starting to fall dramatically and as a result of the components being readily available in local hardware stores, there is a burgeoning industry of DIY solar panel and DIY wind turbine information guides that are available online.

These guides afford people the opportunity to build their own solar panels or wind turbines for a fraction of the price of buying manufactured systems and this in turn has allowed a growing number of people to take advantage of the technology and do their bit for the planet and their pockets.

The new wave of interest is now the development of free energy generators in the form of electro magnetic power generators.  These systems produces more energy than it needs to run itself, which results in free energy.  They can be manufactured very easily and dependent on the size, they are capable of producing enough energy to support an entire home.  At present you can purchase these systems through companies and the Tesla is probably the most popular of the retailed offers, but for those who have a little diy expertise, or just want to take on an innovative home project, the DIY manuals are now available online.

Whilst solar panels are popular in locations that have a substantial amount of sunlight and whilst wind turbines are popular where there is constant wind, the greatest advantage of the magnetic generator is that you it functions in all weather, at all temperature, does not take up a substantial amount of space and is clean and totally free. 

Jeanne-Michelle Smith and her husband Steve have lived and worked around the world, living predominately off grid and at the very edge of civilization. Having spent most of their lives in Africa and Central America, they feel most comfortable doing things for themselves and taking advantage of technology to make life easier.