Transform Your Phone Line Into an Ecofriendly Electricity Producer
Finding ways to save money from the electricity bill and at the same time save the planet from all the pollution caused by the energetic companies are issues which trouble many people from all over the world. While the solar power and the wind power may be a solution for a portion of the population, the vast majority of people still cannot afford using these alternative methods. For them, a much easier solution can be found: getting energy from the phone line.
Each and every day power is running through the phone lines without you knowing what a great potential these phone wires can have. Yet, with a simple device which includes a battery, an inverter and some wires you will be able to gather all that power from the phone lines and transform it into electricity with which you can power your electrical appliances. You have already paid for this electricity when you have paid the phone bill, so there is no point in feeling like you are stealing something because what you are doing is only to take something you have paid for.
Even though you will not be able to power your entire house from the phone line and the big electrical appliances, like the fridge or the air conditioning will not function great with this type of electricity, the small appliances will work properly. Thus, you will save some energy this way and this is going to be seen on your electricity bill.
In addition to that, this will also help you keep the planet in better conditions as by reducing the amount of energy you consume from the electricity provider, they will produce less energy and will pollute the environment in a less aggressive manner. In addition to that, most of the power from the phone line is wasted, especially during the night, thus you are not doing anything wrong in gathering it and use it for your own purposes. It is like you will be speaking more on the phone than you normally do!
There are many advantages of switching part of your electrical appliances to energy collected from the phone line, so why not give it a try!
Source by Dowl White