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How to Convert a Windmill Into a Wind Generator

How to Convert a Windmill Into a Wind Generator Make sure to like Living Green and Frugally on Facebook, Shop at amazon to help support my site and explore our  PINTEREST BOARDS  for innovative ways you can become self-sufficient. So how do wind turbines make electricity? Simply stated, a wind turbine works the opposite of a fan. Instead of using electricity …

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How To Convert an Old Washing Machine Into a Water Powered Generator

How To Convert an Old Washing Machine Into a Water Powered Generator  This generator can be a powerful back up to your solar or wind turbine generators. This could even work with a small volume of water if a dam is built. This is a great step by step guide showing how to convert a smart drive …

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Convert A Electric Water Tank Into A Outdoor Wood Heater

Convert A Electric Water Tank Into A Outdoor Wood Heater This is a Great DIY project for you to get your hands Into with the Winter over now you want to keep warm outside in those spring evenings. I won’t lie. It looks like a big job for the novice , but doable. This is truly a fun …

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How To Convert Water Into Fuel By Building A DIY Oxyhydrogen Generator

How to Convert Water into Fuel by Building a DIY Oxyhydrogen Generator I want to start of and say this is not for people that want to just blow things up i have been looking in to Oxyhydrogen Generator for a while and the principle is there it is a way of making clean energy …

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How to Convert Your ATV To Run On Propane

How to Convert Your Atv To Run On Propane Scottrevoman333 shares a tutorial on Instructables that shows us how to convert an atv to run on propane. This is a great way to see how to convert your atv to run on propane as a back up fuel source. There a numerous reasons one might want …

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How to Convert an Electric Water Heater to Solar

How to Convert an Electric Water Heater to Solar A water heater can consume a lot of electricity and is one of the appliances in your house that costs you the most money. I personally have a tankless water heater which only heats up the water when I need it. I have saved about 33% …

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