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  1. It depends on where you live. Like solar it can’t be coetnud on 24/7, so you would have to have a storage system of some sort, and would have to be in an area with very reliable wind currents. I think a system that is still tied to the grid is the most practical and most cost efficient. You don’t need a storage system so you save money. Most grid tied systems allow you to sell back the excess electricity you create, so it is much more efficient. Since you can draw from the grid when you aren’t producing or when your need exceeds production you won’t have to worry about not having electricity.

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