Is wind power generator at home really work ?

I heard about wind power generator and I want to make a wind power generator to power things in my house. Although I am not sure where to find good information. I want to save money. Is there any reliable information on how to make wind power generator at home?

6 Responses to “Is wind power generator at home really work ?”

  1. beermakesufat  on December 26th, 2012

    I think a car alternator driven by a fan blade might work at charging battery’s. I have been thinking of it myself. :-)


  2. Liam O  on December 26th, 2012

    Making one yourself may be cost efficient, to buy one takes 20 years or so to pay for itself. To make. Make a windmill, connect to a dynamo and wire to big batteries.


  3. donna d  on December 26th, 2012

    google it to find out there is all kinds of information on the Internet about the subject.


  4. mi06902  on December 26th, 2012

    I made mine wind power generator and its saving me some good money :) I use it to power various things inside and outside my house. I found the best source of info for this at:

    Good luck :-)


  5. Nopi R  on December 26th, 2012

    You have to take into consideration the speed and duration of wind in your area. Most wind power generator available in the market are very expensive to acquire and to maintain. If you want to build an experimental wind generator you can use a car alternator as your dynamo to charge your battery, but you have to design a good wind turbine that will spin even at the weakest wind. Goodluck!


  6. gduncan  on December 26th, 2012

    You could take a look at a new DIY guide that was released recently. It’s called Earth4Energy and it promises step-by-step instructions for building your own wind generator and your own solar panels.


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