Green Energy Systems And Products
Below are the top five green energy programs recommended by InfoProductReview.
1. Green Eco Club (Top Pick)
This is an excellent way to get started on (and indeed, continue with) a greener lifestyle. Green Eco Club offers contacts, information, advice and tips. There are videos, audio resources and manuals, monthly updates and on-going support; plus media through which you can contact other members. So, if you’ve decided on a course of greener living, you don’t have to go it alone; by joining the club, you effectively join a community of like-minded people which includes experts in their field. Read our full Green Eco Club Review.
2. Earth 4 Energy
This is a guide (plus on-going support) to building your own electricity-generation solar panels and other green energy products. It includes full details on how to construct D.I.Y. ‘photovoltaic’ panels, how to source the components/materials, and the (quite radical) cost-savings involved. Read our full Earth 4 Energy Review.
3. Green DIY Energy
One of the many benefits of joining the Green Eco Club, is the inclusion of this guide. It takes you through the process of creating your own solar panels, in a clear, step by step manner. The guide is also available ‘unbundled’, that is, without having to join the club, and is perhaps, a good introduction to the kind of information available from this source. High quality material, well-presented. Read our full Green DIY Energy Review.
4. Energy By Tesla
The great 19th century American inventor Nikolai Tesla, claimed that he had discovered a way to generate free energy from cosmic rays, and was working on this idea just before he died. The claim was controversial then and still is; the designs described in this product are based on Tesla’s principles. It is easy to dismiss such ideas, but it should be remembered that Tesla was responsible for many of the electrical devices and technologies we now take for granted; at one time, he held so many patents that Westinghouse and the Edison Company were forced to negotiate lower royalty payments with him, or face bankruptcy. Read our full Energy By Tesla Review.
5. Solar Stirling Plant
A Stirling Motor is also sometimes called an ‘external combustion engine’ in opposition to the internal combustion engine, with which we are so familiar. Basically, a Stirling motor operates in much the same way as a petrol or diesel engine, except that heat is applied from outside, instead of being generated inside via the burning of the fuel. Once the heat is applied, the gas within the engine’s cylinder expands, so causing the motor to drive a piston, and then a wheel. In this design, a Stirling engine is combined with a solar reflector, the reflector provides the heat, the engine turns a wheel, and this movement is then used to generate electricity. An unusual and useful alternative to other ways of generating electricity from solar energy. All the components and engineering techniques are traditional, low tech, and so can be sourced locally. Read our full Solar Stirling Plant Review.