And what kind of work can you do while homesteading/going off grid? I don't think cutting all ties to society and growing all of your own food is an option for most people, and not everyone can be wildlife photographers, writers or what have you.>>238046>get yourself a windmill
Wind power isn't very useful at small scales. It really comes into its own when you scale it up (that's why turbines are getting larger) but the kind of setup someone can realistically install by themselves won't give much usable power.
Solar PV has the advantage that it's easy to set up and can be built out gradually by adding more panels. Most people that successfully generate their own electricity use some combination of solar, batteries and a generator.>>238087>to keep it /pol/ related
This isn't /pol/ with horses to keep the shills away (nor is it /mlp/ with nazis to keep the Hasdrones away), we can have good threads without having to shoehorn them into the board. Not that I mind /ub/ getting some extra traffic.