The Green DIY Energy Review – Is it Worth Your Money? Find Out in This Sneak Peek

I’ve been getting a lot of questions about this product, so I wanted to put together a video Green DIY Energy Review. People ask me all the time “is Green DIY Energy a scam?” I get this, I’ve had my money taken by some less than reputable websites and I always keep an eye out.

But, I’ve reviewed more than twenty DIY Energy guides, and I can really say that this one rises above most of them. Ok, first off it’s not a scam. You can immediately get all the manuals and videos in the course instantly.

So what do you get?

One of the real upsides to this course is that it’s packed with quality content. Some of these home energy products throw a few poorly written eBooks at you (without pictures!) and kick you out the door.

Green DIY Energy gives you:

* 4 complete guides: two solar guides and two wind guides
* 7 bonus eBooks on topics like solar arrays, tax credits, wind maps, how to install solar panels, and more.
* 7 videos that explain everything easily for you. I liked these the best, the videos are between 16 and 50 minutes in length and very complete.

As they improve the course and add updates, you’ll always have access.

I really do like the videos, but it’s nice to have the books handy so I can jot things down on them when I’m working in the shop. One time, I actually took my laptop out to the shop so I could view the videos while putting together my wind turbine! You’ll find your own favorite way of working with the material, but it’s nice to have options.

What are the shortcomings?

I found a few things I didn’t like, nothing is perfect. For starters, I originally thought they would be sending me a hardcover book via FedEx or something. You will get immediate access to all the manuals and videos in an instant electronic download. The nostalgic side of my prefers a good old fashioned book, but I have seen the benefit to having the eBook instantly via electronic download. Your access never expires, so as the course improves over time you can always get to it.

That fact that this whole course is only available in English is a bit of a drawback in my book. Now, people all over the world are taking advantage of nature’s free energy, so I don’t know why they don’t make this course available in other languages. It won’t be a problem for you though, if you can read and understand these words right now.

The Bottom Line

Green DIY Energy is a great course, and I recommend you check it out if you are want to reduce your electric bill and do your part for the environment. SolarEnergySavvy.com readers have rated it 4.5 of out 5, largely because there is so much complete, easy to read information at a good price.

BOLA TANGKAS