About Home Reliable Energy

By HighYa Staff

Created by Anthony Stark, Reliable Home Energy is claimed to be a step-by-step blueprint for building your own magnetic power generator (also known as a Tesla coil) that can be installed in less than 5 hours and “could virtually run your entire house” 24 hours per day, 7 days per week, without any interference or required maintenance.

In addition, the Reliable Home Energy system is claimed to help you build a Tesla coil in a single afternoon using extremely cheap components that you probably have lying around your house, or that are available at any local shop.

To date, Anthony claims that Reliable Home Energy has been used by 29,537 people to provide “free” power, that’s safe, easy to use and operate, and doesn’t require a connection to the power grid.

At this point, you’re probably thinking that Reliable Home Energy sounds too good to be true—and you’re probably right. Here’s why:

What is a Tesla Coil?

According to Wikipedia, a Tesla coil is “an electrical resonant transformer circuit invented by Nikola Tesla around 1891. It is used to produce high-voltage, low-current, high frequency alternating-current electricity.”

Tesla coils were such an innovative invention during the time when Nikola Tesla lived because they had the ability to generate wireless electricity, which is one of the primary benefits claimed by Reliable Home Energy. In other words, they claim you can basically set up your own power station directly in your home. But is this really the case?

Can Reliable Home Energy Provide Energy Independence?

In theory, yes. This is because Tesla coils can handle an immense amount of voltage; so much so that “employing copper wire and glass bottles, an amateur electrician can build a Tesla coil that can produce a quarter of a million volts.”

However, “Tesla Coils are potentially dangerous devices and precautions must be taken before every operation to help prevent possible damage to property, injury, or death. Unqualified persons should never be allowed to operate the Tesla Coil. Prior knowledge of high voltage electrical safety is required, and assumed.”

In other words, unless you’re an electrical engineer (who probably already knows how to build one in the first place), anything larger than a very small Tesla coil can be hazardous to your health.

Other Options for Tesla Coil Blueprints

Finally, although Reliable Home Energy claims their Tesla coil blueprint is revolutionary, the fact of the matter is that the design is widely available elsewhere.

This includes other e-book programs such as Power Innovator, as well as free online instructions all across the internet. To find out for yourself, simply type “Tesla coil instructions” into your favorite search engine.

What Are Customers Saying about Reliable Home Energy?

There weren’t any online customer reviews available for Reliable Home Energy at the time of our research. However, there are 2 reviews for Power Innovator, a nearly identical product, both of which call it a “scam.”

Granted, this doesn’t necessarily mean you’ll experience the same with Reliable Home Energy, although in our opinion it’s fairly likely.

Reliable Home Energy Pricing & Refund Policy

Reliable Home Energy is priced at $49 and is available for immediate download as soon as your payment is processed.

With your order, Reliable Home Energy is claimed to include 1 “special guide,” although there’s no indication exactly what this entails.

In addition to the price of the Reliable Home Energy blueprint, the website claims you’ll need to spend about $63 in materials for a smaller device, or about $113 in order to power your entire home.

Like all products sold through Software Projects Inc., Reliable Home Energy comes with a 60-day refund policy. In order to request a refund, you’ll need to contact customer service at (800) 218-1525.

Can Reliable Home Energy Give You the Power You Need?

Chopping to the point: In the end, like the nearly identical Power Innovator program, the Tesla coil blueprint you’ll be provided through Reliable Home Energy might make a neat science project that can power a couple light bulbs, but almost certainly won’t provide much more.

As such, we’d recommend saving your money and using a free online option instead.

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  • 7 out 8 people found this review helpful

    Electronic schematic isn't magnetic generator

    • Dec 15, 2015

    I am an electronic technician and a mechanical technician. The schematic that was shown was for a 220VAC electro-transformer. It is using a self-replenishing 12V power source, that uses a battery to power it by. Batteries WILL fail over time. This is not the magnetic schematic they promised to show. This is a rip-off. Please save any money, as until anyone is willing to show schematics for a rotating magnetic powered generator, they are but trying to steal your good money.

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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    Rip off

    • Keeseville NY,
    • Sep 4, 2015

    Sent in the $49.00 in July and never heard a word from this outfit.

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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