Let's face it, as new energy supply gets personal, combustion technology costs increase. Hidden in plain sight is the fact that sun, wind and water have one thing in common. They are all sources of free energy.
What's new is how micro technology makes ownership of natural energy supply available to individual people. Today we have solar panels that fit in backpacks, wind and water turbines that converts the sources' kinetic energy into electrical energy. So if you're on the lookout for ways to save money, you’re not alone. After all, these days more than ever before, every dollar counts. Life is getting more expensive so why not cut expenses in any way you can.
For example, Tesla has popularized electric transportation. If your e-vehicle has regenerative braking, why not add a few micro wind turbines to help extend your vehicle's battery range? On the other hand, water is a little more difficult to work with. But, I can see far enough into the future to imagine installing mini water turbines to abate leaves that may otherwise clog up home downspouts. While downspout turbines might generate power when it rains, grey water micro turbines could contribute to energy storage as well.
The downside of free energy sources are that the sun doesn't always shine, wind doesn't always blow, and water doesn't always flow at a usable rate all the time. However, it doesn't take much to build a co-generation power system over time until its paid for with savings earned by reducing payments to grid tied systems.
- Keep more green dollars in your pocket when your new energy supply gets personal by reducing payment for combustion technology.
- The fastest way to reduce hazardous effects of combustion technology is to own your own power supply while paying for it with savings from smaller payments to grid utilities.
- Think about green cogeneration systems that can help balance demand for power as the climate changes.
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