Green Power Easy Review
Buying the package gives you the Green Power Easy 140-page guide with bonus materials that tell you how to convert your home, get government rebates for home conversion and how to save on parts for DIY projects. You will also receive a step-by-step video guide on building solar panels. The package is available for a one-off payment and also comes with a 100 percent 60-day money-back guarantee.
What are people saying about it?
Reviews from buyers surveyed were very enthusiastic about the Green Power Easy guide. People were able to convert their homes for wind and solar power using the manual, the blueprints and instruction videos and they achieved it for a reasonably low cost. The parts that the guide recommended were available locally from the local hardware store. Buyers were very clear that the product offered great value for money and was also pretty straightforward to do.
Residential homeowners installing solar panels can expect to pay between $20,000 – $25,000 for parts, labor and expertise – a pretty big outlay in anyone’s book. Small wind turbines, the kind used by homeowners with outputs of 2 – 10 kW, typically cost between $12,000 and $55,000 installed ($6 per watt). Anything that can reduce this to a more manageable amount has to be worth considering!
It is worth noting as well that incentives and rebates that are available in some states can reduce the purchase price of wind turbines for homeowners by up to 50 percent, to around $3 per watt. One of the most useful features of the guide, in our view, is the help it provides in accessing information about these rebates and incentives.
An unexpected bonus mentioned by one buyer was an additional manual that came with the guide that helped them determine the exact system that they would need to power their home – wind turbine generators or solar panels. Ever home is different, with varying levels of sunshine and wind flow. This means that there needs to be some flexibility and options in the systems that a guide recommends. The Green Power Easy looks like overcoming this obstacle.
A minor downside is that the bonus material on getting government rebates has a US focus. So, if you live outside the United States there may be less information available, although the guide does provide some information on the situation in the UK, Australia and Canada.
This product will suit anyone who experiences a reasonable amount of sunshine and / or wind flow and wants to reduce their energy costs. It’s a good value option vs. alternatives currently on the market and one could comfortably review most of the material within the 60-day money back window.
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