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Reviewer: Sam Stanford
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First off, I’m a hard working guy that doesn’t like to throw his money down the drain, my wife even accuses me of being a miser at times… but it’s for the good of the family, right?
When I first came across Earth4Energy awhile back, I was definitely curious. And a bit skeptical. I have an Engineering background, and the thought of saving money on my electric bill (forever) certainly caught my eye.
At the time, I had never really put together any type of solar or wind energy systems, although I must say I’ve always been curious.
We recycle and use those fluorescent lightbulbs in our home, and we try to do our part for the earth, so this seemed like one more good thing we could do. (I have to admit that the saving money part is what really got me excited, but if I can do good AND save money, then we’re on to something here!)
An old college friend of mine (Mike) got this package last year, and one weekend I was over at his house for a BBQ and saw that he had solar panels on his roof and a small wind turbine quietly humming away in his back yard. I didn’t tell him, but I was highly impressed with the work, and just a tad bit jealous. I assumed he’d shelled out a small fortune to a contractor to come set up solar at his house, but then he mentioned that he’d done it all himself with some materials he picked up at the hardware store. I thought that was a little far fetched, but he took me inside and showed me the package he bought that taught him how to put it all together. (At the time an Earth4Energy review was the last thing on my mind
Things started to click for me… the details were extremely clear, the instructions literally walked you through everything and left no stone unturned. Then Mike said, in a matter of fact tone, “Yep, we’re almost completely 100% powering our house with this stuff.” He showed me his electric bill for the last month, and I was surprised to see it was a single digit, quite unlike my 3 digit bill.
While Mike is a good friend, he was never the brains of the group back in school. I knew right then and there that if he could do it, I most certainly could too. I picked up my own Earth4Energy package that night and began to check it out. After successfully completing my own solar and wind energy projects at home in a few weekends, I decided to write this Earth4 Energy review based on my experience.
Here is a breakdown of what’s in the package:
I. The eBook – This is the main part of the guide, and the sections I found most helpful were:
- A complete explanation of how solar systems work, and how to get the electricity from your panels to the outlets in your home. This portion also goes over the basic components of the system so you can familiarize yourself with everything. Some of these systems and their descriptions include:
- The Kilowatt-hour meter. Seemingly simple, this is actually one of the most important components to have, and the Earth4Energy Guide tells you all about it.
- Inverters – What they are, how they work, and how you can find one for ten bucks.
- An EXTREMELY valuable tip to get FREE SOLAR PANELS. This tip actually saved me more money than anything.
- How you can wire solar panels on your own and save a lot of money by avoiding pre-fabricated components.
- How to create your own solar energy panels from very low cost materials.
- How to construct your own wind generator. This section includes some handy tips, including:
- 5 things all wind turbines have in common, and why you need to make sure you don’t get oversold by a manufacturer calling it some fancy name and charging more than they should.
- A section on how to cut the blades to create maximum efficency.
- A guide to sizing requirements, so you know exactly how much electricy you need and how big of a system to build
- The best wiring combinations, so you can wire your system optimally and prevent overlaods.
II. The Videos – These are amazingly helpful. Nothing beats actually watching someone go through the steps right in front of you. These are being updated constantly, and you can find a really good tutorial about building solar cells. It shows you how to actually do this yourself, by hand, and save a load of money on pre-fabricated pieces.
III. The CD – You can get the complete package in an instant download, or in CD form. The download is obviously faster, but the CD option is available.
IV. The Bonuses – Michael Harvey has put together a really compelling guide here, but on top of everything he includes some really great bonuses. I’ve noticed over time that he’s always adding to these, so I won’t mention them here because everything is updated so often. Some folks have mentioned that the bonuses alone were worth more than the cost of the Earth4Energy Guide. A few people have said I should cover more of the bonuses in this Earth4Energy Review, but the simple fact is they’re always improving and I don’t want to give outdated info!
I hope you’ve enjoyed my Earth4Energy review, and can soon start making your own electricity while doing your part for the planet at the same time!
All the best,