Off-grid projects I have read about this month (Oct).
One of my big future projects will be to be more self-sufficient when it comes to power usage. So studying off-grid projects is a must. I like to read about working projects, the best ones will tell you the mistakes they made along the way. The only thing I have gone solar on is my chicken fencing.
Easy DIY Solar Water Heater For Free Hot Water…
This frame was able to maintain a temperature of 165 degrees…Flow rate one gallon 2-3 min.
I think this would be good for small-scale, like an area you would be able to wash your hands or maybe add warm water to iced up water? I wonder you could modify it to work on water buckets to keep the water from freezing, not sure how you would keep it circulating though?
Generating Off-Grid Power: The Four Best Ways
They cover some very good points about Solar, Wind, Water, and Ideas to conserve it. I think it helps to learn as much and as many different ideas about a subject, it always helps me to make sound decisions. I think a diverse way of producing energy is the best route, for me anyhow. I think our first try will be with solar. Water is a great option for those with moving water nearby. We do have a lake about 100 yards from the house if worse came to worse this would be a viable option for us.
31 Must-Have Prepper Kitchen Tools
What would you say are the essential items for a preppers kitchen? I have some of the things listed here but don’t think I will ever be able to get them all. I also think I will not need some of the things listed. Like the cherry pitter and the apple peeler. Never have had need nor do I see it becoming a need.
7 Tips for How to Start Living Off The Grid
I like this one because it reaffirms the decision that you made in doing what you feel is right for you and your family.