When power outages occur (which happens frequently in the Northwest, where I live) even the gas stations do not operate -- sometimes for days at a time -- because the pumps require electricity. I have learned what it is like to live in the absence of simple things at home, like lighting, phones, my beloved laptop, and enjoying music to accompany my daily tasks and soothe the spirit.
I am dedicated to being sovereign, self-sufficient, and self-sustaining. In my research of alternative energy, I found the product that was just right: a stationary bicycle generator, where I am the fuel and I can have what power I want when I want it. I don’t need to have gasoline or propane on hand or stored. I don’t have to listen to the noise of a gas/propane-powered generator in my yard. And I don’t have to smell the exhaust fumes from them polluting the air I need to breathe when I go outside.
My stationary bicycle generator can power up a wide variety of appliances or devices when the power goes out. It has AC power outlets and DC 12 volt power sockets. Now that’s what I call sovereign living. The power company is not the only one who can supply power to my home and I don’t have to wait for days for it. You can have this freedom and independence, too. Why don't you look into this for yourself?
- Category: Paulette Aleana