The Power Efficiency Guide Review

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It’s only after you lose something that you realize its significance. Take electricity for instance… Powering everything from lights and kitchen appliances to security systems, electricity is central to life as we know it today. So much so that we’ve come to take it for granted; everyone expects the lights to come on the moment they hit the switch.

Or don’t you? If you’re like most homeowners, electricity seems like something you should never have to do with out. As long as you keep up with your bills, the power company should always hold up their end of the deal, shouldn’t they? Outages should be as few and far between as possible, with the inevitable ones being sorted out promptly, right?

Well, that’s not always guaranteed. While power outages don’t last more than a few hours in most cases, a catastrophic failure in the supply system can leave you in the dark indefinitely. That’s when you begin to realize just how much your reliance on mains power makes you vulnerable. With nothing to power up your appliances, you’re left without the ability to cook, clean, or even keep yourself entertained.

Sooner or later, your mind starts looking for ways to get the commodity flowing again. How many batteries would you need to power up the TV? A dozen or so could do, but what about the other appliances? Maybe you’re better off building a miniature power plant altogether… Who knows, it might just be the investment you needed to lower your power bills all along. But is it even possible?

Turns out it is. And you don’t have to break the bank or put the safety of your household at risk. With the help of a program called the ‘Power Efficiency Guide’, you can put up a self-sustaining power plant and start generating your own electricity right away. Read on this Power Efficiency Guide Review to find out how.

What Is It?

The Power Efficiency Guide is an online course created by Mark Edwards, a middle-aged Geography teacher from Tennessee. It’s a comprehensive e-book with guides illustrating how to put up a power plant within your home. This would allow you reduce your reliance on the grid and shave a few dollars off your power bill while you’re at it. Generating your own electricity also means you won’t be left helpless during an outage, its length notwithstanding.

Sounds too good to be true, doesn’t it? Conventional wisdom has for long dictated that power plants are supposed to be expensive to be fruitful. There is the possibility of harnessing energy from alternative sources, of course. But that too requires a hefty investment; one that isn’t easy to swallow when you’re already walking a tightrope trying to keep up with your bills.

Well, here’s the deal: You don’t need pricey hardware or an engineering degree to create your own energy source. The Power Efficiency Guide provides testament to that, illustrating that you can generate your own energy using materials that are readily (and affordably) available. The book starts with a chapter reviewing the various power generating mechanisms in use today and how they work.

Succeeding chapters then expand on the spinning principle utilized in today’s electric cars, and how it can be leveraged for optimal yield. This principle relies on the rotary motion of the wheels to generate electricity for the batteries when the vehicle is free-wheeling. The guide explains how this mechanism can be replicated to build a self-sustaining power plant.

While there have been similar initiatives in the past, the Power Efficiency Guide stands out for its simplicity. It isn’t written for the technically-savvy homeowner, or even one with plenty of resources to spare. Devoid of jargon and packed with illustrated blueprints, the guide is simple enough to be followed by a high-schooler. The power plant itself takes only 3 hours to put up, and all the components are available at your local hardware store.

About the Author

As you will remember, the Power Efficiency Guide is the work of Mark Edwards. Far from being an expert in the energy sector (like one would be tempted to think), Mark can best be described as a typical homeowner. His journey towards creating the program began in the dusk of 2015 when a swollen Mississippi River wiped off sections of the local grid.

Having suffered through the better part of the resulting outage, Mark decided to put an end to his reliance on mains electricity. Teaming up with a few contacts who had some technical expertise, he was able to power up his home long before the grid was restored to life. In the end, it only made sense to author the guide so other homeowners could benefit from his work.

A Small Price to Pay

A package comprised of an e-book and some instructional videos, the Power Efficiency Guide is available online on a subscription basis. The normal signup fee is $49, but discounts are offered from time to time. The deal also comes with a 60-day money-back guarantee.

So, what do you get in return for your investment? Take a look:

-You learn how to create a reliable, effective power plant in your home. Mark states that the project cost him just over $100. You might have to spend a little more — or less — depending on where you live. Still, the combined cost of the power plant and the signup fee shouldn’t amount to more than a fraction of your annual electricity bill.

-Speaking of bills, the guide provides lots of tips on how to cut down power usage throughout the home.

-The power plant will provide electricity for various appliances. This will help you realize further energy savings without having to sacrifice comfort or convenience.

-You will have a readily available backup energy source. The plant will provide electricity for your appliances during the occasional outage. Most importantly, you and your family will not be left helpless when Mother Nature’s tantrums wreak havoc on the infrastructure.

It’s worth repeating that the whole initiative is designed to be within the reach of the average consumer. Even if you don’t have any previous experience with electrical systems, the instructions provided in the book will help you build a working power plant. This will fit seamlessly into your home; no need to worry about toxic fumes or noise. And unlike most power generating systems, this has a high degree of reliability without requiring much in maintenance.

How Good Is It, Really?

At this point, a skeptic mind may dismiss the Power Efficiency Guide as one of those concepts that are too far-fetched to work in the real world. However, feedback from the real-world indicates otherwise. Close to 90,000 homeowners have reported being able to create alternative power sources with the help of the program.

But maybe you need a little more convincing — check out what a few of these homeowners have to say about it:

“I’ve read lots of books on alternative sources of energy, but the PEG is truly one of a kind. It is the only one that explains things in a way that the average Joe can actually understand. All the instructions are written in simple English, and there are lots of diagrams to make things more digestible. Can’t wait to get started building the power plant!!”

“I love this book. Not that it’s the most interesting subject matter I’ve read, but it does provide lots of useful information. I’ve learnt a lot and would highly recommend it to fellow homeowners.”

“The Power Efficiency Guide isn’t going to be your bible for going off-grid, but it provides a great introduction to the whole issue of sustainability. Especially for someone who isn’t well-versed with electrical systems and such. I still cannot believe that I was able to build a fully-functional power plant!”

“At a time when I was resigned to paying through the nose on my power bills, the Power Efficiency Guide provided a lifesaver.”

The Bottom Line

With every home now having a panoply of power hungry gadgets, and more of the world becoming digitalized, the demand for electricity will only escalate as time goes by. And hence the ever-rising power bills. Even with the advent of renewable energy, the scarcity will inevitably grow as the world abandons traditional sources.

So perhaps you too could use a lifesaver. As Mark Edwards has proved, generating your own electricity doesn’t have to be expensive or complicated. And for what it’s worth, creating the power plant doesn’t mean you’re taking a step towards going completely off grid.

At the very least, it will help you unyoke yourself from the burden of sky-high energy bills. And hey, it can’t hurt to have a backup power plant right in your home now, can it? Subscribing for the course will help you do it within just 3 hours. With a signup fee of just $49 and a money-back guarantee offered, the Power Efficiency Guide is completely risk-free. Sign up today, and it might just prove to be the best decision you ever made!

 

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