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The ultimate guide to creating, storing and utilizing lifesaving power in the most critical circumstances
With America's antiquated grid, it takes little to cause a power outageeveryday wind, and lightning often result in blackouts. When a major disaster strikes, a complete and total grid failure is a virtual certainty. Features easy-to-understand electricity basics and step-by-step instructions, this book explains exactly how you can prepare ahead of time for that day when everything goes black. Power grid failure is one of the first and most likely occurrences during a disaster and it can take weeks, even months before electricity, heat, and communication are restored. It’s critical for you to know how to create, store, and budget natural energy over time. This guide addresses all of these factors with an approachable overview of energy basics and step-by-step information for creating an emergency energy system. Suitable for novice and expert preppers alike, this book’s unique focus on affordable and realistic energy solutions is not found in any other guide.
Alan Fiebig is the coauthor of the popular prepping blog, Off Grid Geeks, which he runs with his wife, Arlene. Alan has over 40 years of experience working with electronics, perfect for creating innovative solutions for when Alan and Arlene decided to go completely off grid in 2012. Alan and Arlene lecture and consult on a wide range of off-grid and self-reliance topics and are appreciated for their ability to explain technical subjects in an easy-to-understand manner.
Arlene Fiebig is the coauthor of the popular prepping blog, Off Grid Geeks, which she runs with her husband, Alan. Arlene has a degree in mechanical engineering, extremely beneficial for her off-grid lifestyle and designing out-of-the-box solutions for alternative power. Alan and Arlene lecture and consult on a wide range of off-grid and self-reliance topics and are appreciated for their ability to explain technical subjects in an easy-to-understand manner.