The concept of Free Electricity in households is very hot this period because of the economic recession that many nations go through. People want to cut expenses and the idea of reducing electricity bills for homes by at least 50% is very appealing. Imagine that for a second: Your average monthly electricity bill could be around $200 so saving half of that would mean a total savings per year around $1200 which is a nice sum of money.
There are a few Do-It-Yourself electricity generator plans and guides that you can find on the Internet. They are really helpful as they take you by the hand and show you how to create a “homemade” electricity generator with materials and tools that you can find easily on a DIY store. These generators are mostly based on wind or solar energy. The DIY guides basically show you on video and using graphical plans how to build solar panels and windmill electricity power systems. This means that the generator basically works with either wind or sun light in order to generate electricity from those energy sources. However, what if the place you live does not have a lot of wind or there is not much sun throughout the year?
I have stumbled across a new type of DIY electric generator, the so called “zero point perpetual magnetic generator”. This electricity generator is based on magnetic energy. You basically construct a free-wheel turbine motor which is placed in the middle of strong permanent magnets. The magnets are placed in such a way such that their magnetic field forces the turbine motor to rotate (indefinitely as they claim). The rotation of the turbine motor is what generates the electricity energy.
All of the above green-energy sources are an excellent concept for home use in my opinion. My only doubt is about how much reduction in electricity bills you can achieve. I have my doubts regarding the power efficiency and how much actual electricity you can produce with such systems. If you are a person with good practical skills you can try one of those DIY guides about “generating free electricity” and draw your own conclusions. If your home electrical needs are relatively small, I believe that a “free electricity generator” can reduce your bills by a significant amount. If you however live in a house with high electricity consumption, then don’t bother with such a DIY electrical generator. Check out the following guides about building your own “green electricity” generator for more information.