Energy by Water is an e-book that claims that through its professional step-by-step
instructions, the reader will be able to build his own 'Water Power' system and generate
The domain energybywater.com was created on December 03, 2012 making it a very new
product. For detailed information about the website click here.
The website gives no information about the author or creator of this ebook. Nor does
it seem to be a joint venture of more than 1 person. It seems like the e-book has
no author! In few of the review websites the author is stated to be EnergyByWater
The product is an e-book and does not come as a published copy. This ebook is a Step-by-Step
guide that takes some hours and some spare parts to create a water generator that
produces free electricity. Making use of the Perpetual Movement Theory (PMT), the
reader can set up his own DIY Energy Production unit. This is done in 3 steps:
A small jump start is required to begin moving your home-based water generator.
Following the fundamental principles of physics i.e. momentum, the system will use
its momentum to create a powerful self-sustaining energy 'cycle'.
It produces the energy you need while using hardly any of this energy to power itself.
On ordering the product right now, one will be awarded with two bonuses for free.
These bonuses are:
Planning & Installing Bio Energy Systems: A book to help you make your home eco-friendly.
Renewable Energy Technology: A book to help you understand the true power of this
Book Price: $49. The e-book comes with a 60 Day, Iron-Clad, 100% Money Back Satisfaction
Some of the reviews of the product can be found here and here. As the product is
fairly new there is not a lot of info out there.
Going through my search for the product, it looks pretty much like a worthwhile product
to me. However, some of things we don’t like is the fact that the book has no said
author, no engineer/scientist whose credentials could be checked etc. The book seems
to be a pamphlet and video worth $49 saying what we want to hear about energy generation
through easily available source i.e. water. Secondly, all the reviews that I see,
although, seem to be in support of the product and are raving about it, they give
no specific detail of how to use it or how legit it is. There is no mention of how
much watt of power is produced, how much current or voltage etc. Once again the lack
of detail and abundance of praise make it seem like a scam, but there is no evidence
of this yet.
The reviews are written in the same tone, as though by the same author. They share
the same useless information; more praise, less facts and all seem to be re-written
versions of each other (same format in bullet points, heading etc). Thirdly, the
book is not available on Amazon or any other legit website. Fourthly, there are no
customer reviews or feedback available on the website. No testimonials or troubleshooting
page whatsoever. The comments are also disabled on the youtube video.