There's no better way to learn about wind power and off-grid power systems than with dirty hands, and our series of hands-on workshops around the USA continues for 2012! HERE, and get information about our upcoming workshops HERE.
UPCOMING RENEWABLE ENERGY SEMINARS
Thank you for dropping by!
We are a group of alternative energy enthusiasts who want to spread the message that It's EASY
to make your own power FROM SCRATCH. Otherpower.com's headquarters is located in a remote part of the
Northern Colorado mountains, 12 miles past the nearest power pole or phone line. All of our houses and shops run
on only solar, wind, water and generator power...not because we are trying to make some sort of political or environmental
statement, but because these are the only options available. And we refuse to move to town.
We could never have made it to our current level of electrification up here
without the help of friends, neighbors--and folks we've never met, thanks to the internet. Our goal is
to share our information about experimental successes and failures alike, free of charge, with anyone who is
interested. We also offer a wide selection of books and hard-to-find alternative energy parts and
components on our Online Store. We hope you find our
pages informative, useful and enjoyable!
. Our mailing address is:
PO Box 292
Masonville, CO 80541
If you need to contact us by phone, please go HERE.
If you have homebrew renewable energy questions, you can send us an E-mail HERE.
However, PLEASE be aware that we receive many more Email requests for free information and advice than we can possibly respond to and still run our business...they come in twice as fast as we can possibly reply. For quicker advice and opinions alternative energy questions from experimenters worldwide, try posting your question to the Otherpower Discussion Board. THANKS for being considerate!
SAFETY NOTE: Some of the experiments described on our pages
may present various hazards. Please be cautious. We are not
responsible for injury resulting from neglecting safety precautions when