After an EMP, you’ll have to know how to use natural resources to produce your own electricity. So, why not start preparing now?
Living in a relatively dry place won’t keep you away of trouble. You still need to know how to power your house in case of floods.
You have gone to great lengths to build a homestead and make sure that all of your systems are EMP proof, but you might be unprepared for an earthquake.
Yearning for a power generator? Here are a few options you may be able to afford sooner rather than later, while you save up for the larger toys.
Manufactured in the USA, in South Carolina, this is a mobile power system designed and built by Americans, with the prepper in mind.
As much as you’d like to live entirely without it, electricity is an integral part of day to day life.. You need a better option.
Let’s take a look at 7 ideas for building a power generator using readily available materials that don’t require a master’s degree in engineering.
Considering it only takes a medium-sized storm to knock down power lines, it makes sense to have a reliable power generator for your home.
If you plan to use an usual generator as a backup power source, think twice. The noise most generators make makes them looter magnets.
The Tesla Turbine is a fairly simple, EMP proof device that can generate power in just about any circumstance. Do it yourself and save your energy bills!