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Finding ways to save money while looking out for the environment isn't as hard as you might think. As a matter of fact, there are many things that you can do that will accomplish both things at the same time. Using alternative energy sources to provide power to your home is one of those things.

There are many types of renewable energy sources, but for this article we are going to focus only on two: solar power and wind power.

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Solar power might be the best known source of providing energy directly to your household. Many people have had solar panels on their roofs for years, so it's not an unusual sight.

The panels collect the energy from the sun, convert the energy into electricity and store it.

The obvious drawback to this type of energy is that it won't work at night or on overcast days.

Even though windmills have been around for centuries, using one to generate electricity for your home is a pretty new concept. The technology to convert the wind into electricity and then store it has finally gotten good enough to make this viable on a smaller scale for private home use.

Of course in order for it to work you need wind, but unlike solar power, wind is available anytime day or night. So with wind you have the potential to generate more electricity more often.

If you want to buy a turbine for home use the cost will be an issue. A turbine can easily cost well into the thousands of dollars. The good news is that you can build your own unit for just a few hundred dollars and you don't need any building experience or technical skills.

So if you decide to use solar power, wind power, or any other alternative energy sources, the important thing is that you are aware of the fact that you do have options. There are ways you can help the planet and help your finances at the same time.

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