Free energy systems allow you to generate electricity for your household without having to pay electricity bills. Some systems are so effective that they even let you make money by selling extra electricity to your electric company. Free energy systems rely on well founded technology to deliver free energy to its users. These systems are so efficient, that if connected to a power grid, you could end up gaining extra money or extra credit by selling electricity.
Free energy systems utilise simple energy generation methods such as generation of electricity from radio waves, generation of electric current from static electricity, and conversion of radiant energy to electric energy. Whichever method is used, the modes of installation of free energy systems are very similar and very easy to install.
If you have been dependent on power grid for your monthly electricity requirements, then the best way to install free energy systems is to interconnect them with your power grid. In this way, your electric meter will not tick as long as electricity is drawn from free energy devices. And almost always, electricity will be taken from those devices. In most cases, you can even make the meter tick backwards, by delivering extra electricity to your power grid. The process is known as net metering or net billing, and would give you money or credit, based on the policy of your electric company.
The interconnection of free energy devices to the power grid is fairly simple to do, and requires some auxiliary devices. The free energy system is connected to an Array DC Disconnect, which is then connected to an inverter. The output terminals of the inverter are connected to an AC Breaker Panel, and then to your household main switch. This process will link the free energy system to the power grid which is connected to your household main switch through a Kilowatt Per Hour Meter.
The interconnection of free energy systems to the power grid can be very efficient that your meter hardly registers any usage of electricity from the power grid, and often ticks backwards to indicate that you are selling electricity. Imagine selling electricity to rather than buying electricity from the power grid!