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I've lived by "if it sounds too good to be true, it is" and this falls into this category.
I've priced solar system kits and the individual components and you cannot build a solar grid for your house for 92 dollars, or anywhere near that.
The complete at home Power Freedom system doesn’t stop there however – it also includes a small home wind turbine.
The entire system is described as being 7.15 worth of materials which are able to be completely constructed within the time period of about one day.
Having said that, i would be curious to hear from anyone who has bought the system and built/attempted to build his panels and wind turbine.
I watched the video with interest but knew soon enough that this site was playing on people's emotions more than anything but sent for the material.
Included is a nice study guide that is informative and a DVD with a couple of series on Solar Hot Water Heating, How To Rig Up For Safety When Doing An Install, etc. The issue i have is that in the material it tells you to "log in to the Member's Website"; THERE IS NO MEMBERS WEBSITE!! We you do this you will get an instant phonemail message telling you to go on-line (again) to
I did this and my only real option was to contact them by email.
Keep in mind that I am powering an RV and will need power for other uses.
But, as a professional electrician, David Bradley knew that he should be able to create his own at home solar panels for a price that is completely affordable, and which would make such a power system accessible to anyone who wanted it.
According to their video presentation on Power Freedom.com, Bradley was able to purchase everything he needed to make his own at home solar panels for less than one hundred dollars.
Power Freedom is a home based energy guide available on Power Freedom.com, which says that it can teach anyone, even people who have no technical knowledge and are not “handy,” how to create their own home electricity system.
Power hosts a video presentation from professional electrician David Bradley, who says that he got sick and tired of the extremely high prices of home electricity, but especially with the power outages which occasionally affected his family.