Have You Ever Built Something Like This?
There is a lot of research going on abouthow to build wind generator ( or solar) energy sources for alternative power these days.
Largely because folks want to go greenbut I dare say, it is also because people are worried about energy resources in the near future.
Or of being without power when there is a major economic disaster or catastrophe.
If you HAVE learned how to build wind generators, we would love to have you share it with our readers.
First hand experiences are always the best!
Find A Good Wind Generator Ebook
While solar panels is an awesome way to go if you live in a sunny area, having some sort of wind power back up generator, just adds to the efficiency. The BEST way to go is to have some sort of dual purpose generator system where you can take advantage of both the wind AND the sun.
And you probably know all that if you have researching all this stuff for any length of time. =)
There are a ton of ebooks and information available to get you started on your project and the fact is…
We HIGHLY recommend getting your hands on some source of information on how to build wind generators, and here are several reasons why.
You will save yourself hours of research online to find all the details you need.
Make Sure to print out your ebook or instructions, so you will have the information at hand, should there be a power outage for any length of timebefore you get your alternative source of energy built.
Here are some resources we recommend on building homemade wind generators…. in some cases there are videos, and with most of them there is very much hands on instructions on how to build both solar and wind systems.
Recommended Tools Required
Here is a short list of tools you will want to have on hand to build your generator or turbine, and as far as supplies go, it will vary on what size your blades will be etc…
- Jigsaw (or a hacksaw and a lot of determination)
- (2) Drill Bits (1/2″, 7/32″)
- Tape Measure
- Crescent Wrench
- Pipe Wrench
- Protractor (to measure angles for the hub)
- Sandpaper (various grits)
As you can see, the list is very basic.