Energy Savers - Lights made from water bottles

Nice jugaar to save on electricity during the day.

The video examines how a village in Brazil gets cheap lighting with a simple, smart water bottle hack. It's a pretty inspiring watch, and you can't help but love the trash can demonstration. At the risk of pointing out the obvious, this will, of course, only work when you've got daylight, but you can always switch to electricity after dark. I'll go out on a limb and say this may not be practical for lighting your whole home, but this green idea seems perfect for lighting your garage or work shed on the cheap.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_zMAWztZ6TI&feature=player_embedded

Good well in current condition they should work on how to run fan with out the electrical power.

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That’s not difficult either, connect a simple mechanical windmill mechanism (on roof) to a ceiling fan (in the room). If there is enough wind to move windmill then it will move fan inside the room. No need of electricity. However, that’s not your typical electric ceiling fan, it’s a simple mechanical fan that will rotate when windmill rotate.

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Good well in current condition they should work on how to run fan with out the electrical power.

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rotate with a danda or some rod

^^ lol

Awesome, man how long do you think these babies will arrive in Pakiland, considering that other green solutions are being shelved by the energy mafias and govt.