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​Power Imagery From Life Off The ​Grid

​Power Imagery From Life Off The ​Grid

Posted by Tammy Sons on Mar 30th 2018

Power Imagery From Life Off The Grid

A lot of people want to become more sustainable in how they manage their life. However, it is impossible to do everything alone. That is why it is necessary to get outside help for managing an off the grid lifestyle. Many people who are preppies advocate this as a way to get free of government interference. Actually, off the grid living often puts you in the crosshairs of government regulators. That is why it is essential that you are familiar with the expectations that your local government has for people who are not plugged into the community power supply. There are several things to consider.

1. Off the Grid Living Rules

Living off the grid has a lot of benefits. It also brings with it a lot of challenges. Many governments are influenced by a dominant real estate and banking lobbyists who want to continue seeing people buying expensive mortgages that keep industry profits flowing in. This means that many cities outright ban off the grid living. Some government agencies like the Department of Energy offer helpful information, but others are quite restrictive. Make sure that you check before investing in off the grid power systems. Some of the grid people have seen their houses confiscated and themselves imprisoned by overzealous government agencies. Do not let this be you.

2. Pick an Easy Location

There are some parts of the world where living off the grid is much easier. Top international locations for living off the grid are those in the developing world. Examples include Latin America, Southeast Asia, India, and Africa. Picking a location there may make it much easier to enjoy your off the grid lifestyle without having government bureaucrats stealing your home. Places in the developed world where off the grid living is easier are rural and politically conservative locations. The top states in the United States for off the grid lifestyle include Idaho, Texas, Maine, Vermont, and Arizona.

3. Work Hard

Off the grid, living requires a more independent mindset than most people have. You often have to internalize your food and energy production. This usually requires having a farm and power generating equipment. The benefits are freedom from pesky businesses who demand high prices for their products and services.


Off the grid, living is not for most people. It can be lonely when you are out in the wild. Off the grid living in the city creates lawsuits and confiscation for the few who try it. Rural off the grid living requires a commitment to work hard and be more independent than most people want to be.