How to generate 24/7 Free Electricity from across a Pond/Creek by building a Ceiling Fan Alternator Hydro System



This video series shows how you can generate 24/7 Free Electricity From Across the Pond with a converted ceiling fan Permanent Magnet Alternator, a water wheel made with bicycle rims and PVC pipe end-caps and just 4 feet of “head”.This can produce practical power that can be used directly for lighting or to charge batteries which can later provide 120 AC power through an inverter to power literally anything in your home.

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