Got $200? Then You Got Free Wind Power!

We have a situation in regards to our energy consumption. We are using resources that pollute the planet. In addition, these resources are depleting more and more everyday. As a whole, we must do our part in repairing the environment and look towards the future with a better and greener plan in place. We must choose alternative energy over fossil fuels to keep our planet as healthy as possible.

Wind power is one such energy source that can help reduce pollution and our carbon footprint. The cost of installing a windmill can seem to be costly up front but you must remember in the long run youll be saving money due to the fact that windmills produce free nonpolluting wind energy into wind power. Some may think that they need a lot of wind in order to be able to efficiently use a windmill. You may be surprised that people who live in areas that have even a lower average wind speed of 11 miles per hour still get good results in producing wind energy.

One thing that dissuades people from setting up a windmill is the initial cost. There is an alternative to have your cake and eat it too! Homemade windmills and deciding to build your own windmill are great alternative energy decisions when you want to help the environment and the planet but not while busting your wallet. It is, however, important to consider certain things while setting up a windmill on your own. Here are a few tips on how to make a windmill.

Planning out your windmill project is one of those important steps in building a windmill to create wind power. Take the time to have a good plan.

Look for sturdy components. Your homemade windmill should not get damaged by heavy winds.

Check to look around for the best prices for quality material and choose appropriately, a good measure to base your choice is around your budget and size of project.

You may want to decide to invest in a homemade windmill guide. They provide a lot of assistance. When looking for a guide, heres what to look for:

Detailed pictures:

Colored pictures provide visual descriptions, something that is necessary for a project such as this. If you have illustrations to help you on your homemade windmill project, itll definitely help assist you rather than deter you.

Simple to understand instructions:

If youre like me. You wont want a guide that provides expert only language. There are enough guides out there that have great easy to read instructions, be sure to find that one that fits your needs. Look for one that has easy-to-understand language making your task fluid.

Materials list:

Your expansive windmill how-to book should be able to provide you with detailed descriptions of all the tools you need to build a homemade windmill. Two guides you may want to look into include the two at the top of their market, Earth4Energy and Green DIY Energy. Check out to find a review of Green DIY Energy Review to make an educated decision. Good Luck!

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Originally posted 2009-07-04 05:30:39.

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