Everyday the planet inches more rapidly to becoming more energy efficient as awareness slowly sinks in that everybody must do their part either out of need or governmental restrictions, to start using renewable energy sources.
The two chief renewable energy resources, wind power and solar energy, are swiftly becoming more and more accessible for the everyday homeowner…that is, if you wish to build it yourself.
This might seem out of the reach for a lot of people but in reality, building your own renewable energy resources system just got a whole lot easier with the advent of several do-it-yourself guides that have come out that will show you everything, step-by-step, on how to build a wind turbine and solar panel for your home.
Commercially built wind turbines and solar panels are still, at the moment, out of financial range for the bulk of homeowners. The expenditure can range upwards of $10,000 for an installed wind turbine. It would take a few years before that much of an investment would pay itself off and you might actually start saving money. Renewable energy resources shouldn’t take that long to recover your expense!
Thankfully, these diy renewable energy resources guides can get your money invested back into your wallet within a couple of months. In general, you will pay $50for the renewable energy source guides and then another investment of two hundred dollars in materials to actually build your wind turbine or solar panel.
The manuals say you can build these renewable energy source systems in about 2 days.
Realistically, you may have 4 to 5 days only because you have to factor in the amount of time getting your parts and the fact that most people just are not going to study their manual and sprout a wind turbine on their land two days later! It can and is done very frequently, but on average, figure about 5 days.
One of the leading renewable energy source guides to be had is Earth4Energy. This guide was developed by Michael Harvey.
For the past 15 years Michael has been involved in renewable energy resources. He started building a renewable energy sources system for himself and eventually started to build wind turbines and solar panel systems for friends and family.
Before long, Michael found himself a tad overwhelmed with requests. That is when he decided to develop an easy to follow guide that would present everyday homeowners how to cut their electricity costs by building their own renewable energy source for a small percentage of the cost of new, commercially built systems. If you would like to learn more about Earth4Energy, visit this Earth4Energy Review site.