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About Me

My name is Neville Pettersson and I have created the this site to help regular home owner’s like me make their own

energy at home. For more info about me check out the about page here. You can also follow me on Facebook, Twitter and Google+ and Pinterest.

In fact,
efficient use of energy is just as important as where the energy comes from, so this is a timely book. Think of energy inefficiency as energy that is thrown away rather than used: we get no benefit from it, and it just floats away in the form of waste heat.

If you're actually using only ten percent of the energy produced, and can improve that to thirty or forty percent, that's equivalent to producing three or four times as much energy -- except that making energy use more efficient also reduces our environmental footprint in a way that producing more power can't, no matter what form the energy production takes (all forms of energy production, including renewable energy, have environmental negatives, although of course some have more of these than others).

If you want to build and install a home energy system, then the information here can save you a lot on that system, indirectly, because cutting your home energy use will mean you don't need to install as big a system to meet your needs, and no matter how you go about installing a solar or wind system (contractor-installed, from a kit, or from scratch), the cost is always a function of wattage.

So this information could end up saving you a lot more than the fifty percent of your home energy bill that Lindemann promises you can save, depending on your long-range energy plans. And once more, producing less energy but using it more efficiently is better for the environment than producing more energy and wasting a lot of it.

The e-book
Save On Home Energy has 17 chapters. Mr. Lindemann claims to have 35 years of experience in the alternative-energy field, and to provide information that is based on that experience and easily available nowhere else (although it could be gained through "thousands of hours of hours of researching, experiment or knowing the right people," as Lindemann puts it).

The book is
packaged with a few other bells and whistles and presented as being available at a greatly reduced price; setting all the advertising and hype aside, it costs $27 and comes with a 60-day money-back guarantee.

That's a fairly high price for an e-book, but only a little over half what is commonly asked for a guide to building a solar or wind home energy system.

It's obviously only a small fraction of what the information could save on energy costs in the home if it lives up to the claims made by Lindemann and his customer testimonials, and by all appearances it does.

Save On Home Energy Review


Energy costs are rising all over the place. As the global economy recovers, the price of fossil fuels rises, driven up by rising global demand. That affects all areas of energy use, from gasoline for cars to home heating, cooling, and electricity.

Interest in alternative energy forms (electric and hybrid cars, solar and wind power) is on the rise, and so is interest in anything else that can save money on energy bills.

Peter Lindemann is offering on line a collection of tips and tools for increasing energy efficiency and lowering home energy bills. The web site is, and Mr. Lindemann is offering all of this information in the form of an e-book (with free updates) called Save On Home Energy.

All of the information offered in this e-book is about ways to save energy in the home. It's not mainly about creating an alternative energy source (although Lindemann acknowledges that as a good idea and provides some advice about how to do it economically), but rather about improving the use of energy within the home, wherever it comes from.

The e-book offers information on insulation, heating and cooling, saving on hot water costs, efficient appliances and efficient use of them, the best lighting technologies, and much more information.

Save On Home Energy Ebook