East Texas Inventor Says He Has Design for Home Wind-Energy Generator

November 22, 2019

East Texas resident Roger G. Phillips says he’s nearing completion of the design and engineering of a free-energy generator for homes and cars that will transform the renewable energy sector.

The US Navy veteran and inventor has been developing the wind-powered generator for ten years and, when built, he expects it to provide enough free energy to power an individual’s home, business and electric car.

Phillips says his generator will be a fraction of the size of other turbines currently on the market but it does not compromise on functionality.

He’s set up a GoFundMe account to raise money to help him complete an expected prototype and details can be found on his webpage.

Phillips said the product will be called Mighty Watts, “the result of nearly 10 years of researching, developing and engineering a tangible product.”

He added, “Global warming is a very well-accepted and real threat and I couldn’t sit idly by and do nothing.

“That’s just not me. I set out with the single goal of making it easier for the average person to minimize their carbon footprint in a meaningful and long-lasting way.

“It became clear early on that the answer was scaling wind power.

“Product engineering still needs to be completed so that a life-sized prototype can be built for testing but we are very close to making Mighty Watts available broadly.

“And when we do, families will not only have more money to spend, but they will also know they are contributing to a hopeful and healthy future for our planet.”