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Infinite Energy Generator Review: James Carter's Guide to Saving Electricity


Times are a lot more unsure now than ever. Looking at what's been happening globally, and that the U.S. faces an extremely uncertain time period with unemployment at an all time high and a crazy election coming up.

After being stuck in a hurricane, I've mentally prepared myself to heed warning signs when I see them. Now I know different.

So when I heard that James Carter had a new presentation that was likely to show people how to preserve and generate electricity, I was very intrigued.

But will it work?


What Is The Infinite Energy Generator?

The Infinite Energy Generator is a DIY guide that teaches you to make a system that can cut down on electric power use.

It's a really detailed guide so that anyone can make it, even with no engineering experience.

How Does The Energy Generator Work?

The IEG runs without needing any oil and gas, and can even enable you to go off-grid completely. You can use it to replace energy sources for smaller things in your house, or scale it up and go off-grid totally (more on scaling later).

Who Made This Manual?

This is a James Carter product. If you don't know my buddy James, you must be new to survival. He's an engineer that's been helping people in our facebook group cut down on energy usage for YEARS.

What Comes With The Energy Generator Manual?

If you buy the manual, you get a video information series that ensures you’re able to develop the machine on your own (which is great, because not everyone has the same engineering expertise James does).

You additionally get a lot of required details, like:
• How to find all the necessary parts (vital right now)
• How to develop the Generator within a handful of hours
• How this system works without gas or oil
• Scaling (GREAT if you want to work your way even more off-grid)
• Mistakes to stay away from
• How to STORE additional Energy manual!

What's The Price?

I expected the tutorial to cost a few hundred dollars to make up for the amount of money that americans would be saving on energy bills. It would make sense.

But no.

James is so devoted to assisting people that he kept the cost REALLY low - it’s simply $37. I guess in hindsight this makes some sense since you still have to make the gadget yourself.

EDIT: Somebody let me know you can get it on sale for $25! WEBSITE: Head on over to the website while its available!


I purchased the program just to try it, and was impressed with how easy it was to follow, and how it actually succeeded in charging my battery.

Cell phones are crucial in survival situations, so this was my top priority. With the scaling guide, I'll be shifting on to bigger and better things, and maybe I'll be moving completely off the grid soon. This guide was EXCELLENT.

Stay safe out there.