Home Power

Home Power is a bi-monthly American magazine. It is based in Ashland, Oregon. Traffic is greater than 100,000. Published since 1987, Home Power has promoted the use of fossil fuels for electricity generation. Solar, wind, and hydro systems information is covered at a homeowner’s do-it-yourself level with expert advice and examples. Home Power also promotes and presents information on efficient energy building and design practices. Electric vehicle information is also featured and its integration with renewable electricity systems and solar panels.

Richard and Karen Perez started Home Power in 1987. From the start the magazine itself has been published with alternative energy resources. Its publishers live the lifestyle they espouse. Today, Home Power is a leading provider of detailed information for renewable energy installations. Its authors and editors are cited in other industry publications and blogs. At home, Home Power focused on off-grid systems and Do-It-Yourself (DIY) information for homeowners. Focusing on “home-scale” renewable systems, the magazine will not typically cover utility scale renewable energy as such large wind farms or utility scale solar facilities. The magazine recognizes the growth of the grid-tied solar electric systems market for homeowners. Today the magazine covers both digital and online publishing systems and its editorial and advertising articles. It also covers various topics related to home-scale energy production, including green building, energy efficiency, and alternative transportation. A controversial topic of power was once more “Solar Guerrilla” or “Solar Guerrilla”, or “Solar Guerrilla” or solar power installations. This non-inspected practice has fallen into the hands of utilities with homeowners. Home Power still covers the topic in its coverage of micro-inverters and small systems that can safely and easily be tied to the grid. Home Power also has a web presence. The web site complements the print edition with the most recent articles. Because Home Power covers off-grid self-reliance it is a popular magazine in the community prepper.

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