WIND TURBINE: Wind turbines are another good method for generating free electricity. However, before you get started, ask yourself if the area of your residence has steady, predictable winds. If not, then wind turbines may not be a good solution, since you will never know when the wind is coming. Make sure you know what you are doing because a poorly constructed turbine can be very hazardous. The blades can disconnect from the rotor and go flying and decapitate whoever happens to be standing in the wrong place at the wrong time.
MAGNETIC POWER GENERATOR: Using a perpetual motion device (a machine that runs indefinitely and produces more energy than it consumes) you can construct a magnetic power generator. Companies sell these devices, although you can also make one for yourself with the proper know-how.
Source: Talking About Green
In South Africa, the most accessible way of obtaining free energy is probably via solar panels and solar water heaters; our sunny climate is ideal for solar energy. Coastal areas are also suited to domestic wind turbines although the costs are still quite high for this green technology.
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