Many homeowners are getting DIY energy guides so that they can build their own wind turbines or solar cells at home on a budget using simple everyday household tools. Most of these guides are designed and written so that a child could put together these energy tools. With so many Americans embracing this new technology, it begs the question why start your own DIY energy projects?
The average monthly bill for electricity alone in the U.S. is $200. By starting your own DIY energy projects to build a homemade wind turbine or solar cells you can easily power your home by generating energy which is every bit as good as that which you receive from the power company. It’s not only as good, it’s the same.
This is evidenced in the fact that if you produce more energy than you consume in a given month, that energy can be fed back into the grid which you received your power from in the past and dispersed to other homes. You’re not giving this power away, however. The power company pays you for every bit of that energy which you create but don’t use. Your utility meter actually reads backwards and the power company sends you a check each month which the government reimburses them for.
The government especially likes homeowners who generate their own energy through DIY energy projects because this means that less finite energy is needed to be produced for you and for however and many other homes use your energy. They reward you via tax breaks which millions of Americans are taking advantage of with that number growing each year.