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Wind Generator Power

Updated on September 16, 2011
Wind Power Generator
Wind Power Generator

Wind Generator Power

Today more residential housing and commercial buildings have started saving wind energy using wind turbine and wind power generators to store free electricity. This free electricity is stored in wind generator power batteries.

Saving wind powered electricity or wind energy in storage batteries these days is very popular and it is also becoming much more cost efficient to set up a wind power generator system in the residential home.

Like most energy saving ideas and systems the prices to install one of these units has become more appealing to the consumer as a way to save money with a lower bill from the electric company.

This can be a first step to self reliant living virtually eliminating the power company from the tall stack of property bills. This is also a way to lower the bill by using the stored electricity to run major appliances or lighting.

There are even tax breaks possible for adding energy saving ideas to residential homes and commercial businesses in some areas for the country.

The amount of wind power that can be used to save money on the high cost of electric bills is remarkable.

These wind generators detect the slightest amount of wind so with wind is free electricity.

In high wind areas where these would be most effective larger batteries or batteries linked in series can be used.

An entire household could be run just from the installation of one wind generator with wind generator tower using the connections to the batteries and the appropriate power inverters or power converters to run the supply of electricity.

Power companies charge plenty and the related taxes that go along with these charges is and has become outrageous especially in the United States.

More and more people with the ability to use alternate sources of power are making the switch. Obviously living in a city this would not be feasible although wind power generator turbines can be mounted on the roof of any building with the proper anchoring and attachments.

If your interested in saving money with alternate sources of power then wind generator power is a great tool to keep the money you earn instead of giving it to the local grid company.


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    • anemometers profile image


      7 years ago from Anemometer Installation Areas

      Nice to see other wind enthusiasts are still around

    • WoodsmensPost profile imageAUTHOR


      7 years ago from Arizona

      Thanks for reading 50. There is always a few good ways to save extra money if you put your mind to it and get creative.

    • 50 Caliber profile image

      50 Caliber 

      7 years ago from Arizona

      I roll with huge panels and a battery bank as well. I've eyed a wind turbine but the dollar versus warranty if to me formidable. I did build 3 out of junkyard alternators and they keep a 3 battery bank hot and popping for the detached well house, great info, 50

    • WoodsmensPost profile imageAUTHOR


      7 years ago from Arizona

      Crewman6 Thanks Wouldn't it be great if we all could save some money on our electric bill with wind power.

    • Crewman6 profile image


      7 years ago

      Great concept. I really like the idea of a wind-powered generator!


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