By dealing with the several Clean Energy sources available nowadays, the question turns up whether we prefer a Solar Energy System or a Magnetic Power Generator.
Generally speaking, I would say that both sources of energy are very good. Nonetheless, each solution has some advantages and disadvantages that we must bear in mind. The advantages of an alternative, clean and renewable energy are clear, mainly because the gotten energy is totally free and non-contaminating, but it has some disadvantages as well. One of these is the room the setting up of these systems demands in our homes: whereas the solar panels can be built on the roof of our house, the magnetic generator needs a specific space to be placed, usually inside our house. Nevertheless, this small inconvenience should not be an impediment if we truly were for a sustainable, clean energy to power our home.
The biggest impediment when introducing a home alternative energy system is, for most of us, the financial issue. Solar energy for powering our home and its different lights and devices would be wonderful, but a full home solar energy system is actually too expensive to fit in the financial possibilities of the average family in almost all countries in the world.
On the other hand, purchasing a magnetic generator is not as easy as that since, at the time I am writing this article, I do not know about any manufacturer that is making and distributing this kind of generators.
So, the issue in that case would be to build a DIY or homemade energy system, either a solar energy or a magnet generator system, or both!
There are some ways in which we can build a set of solar panels ourselves (which are the most expensive item in the solar energy solution) as well as make a magnetic generator with the help of some mechanic specialists nearby.
In my opinion, we could try both systems, since the solar thermal energy or STE (that is to say, the technology for using solar energy in order to get hot water or heating systems) is not as costly as photovoltaics (which translates solar energy directly into electrical power). In my recent stay in India, I was glad to find that in some guesthouses there was “unlimited” hot water service and this was because of the solar thermal energy systems they had built up on the roof. It was a very encouraging bit of news to see how people are moving into alternative, inexhaustible and non-polluting energy sources all around the world.
As for the power our homes need, a solar photovoltaic electricity system would be the right answer provided that the solar panels were not so outrageously expensive! To overcome this obstacle we have two choices: either we build the solar panels ourselves or we take to the magnetic generator. If you asked me “what would you choose?” my answer would be: “Both!” (If possible, of course, and gradually at any rate).
Finally, if we want to help each other and ourselves by utilising non-contaminating energy sources for the sake of our environment, the two choices mentioned in this article are a very salutary solution. However, they are not the only possibilities to power our homes with clean energy: wind energy is also a very good alternative too, but of this I will speak elsewhere!