Question: What exactly is off the grid?

Off-the-grid or off-grid is a characteristic of buildings and a lifestyle designed in an independent manner without reliance on one or more public utilities. Generally, an off-grid building must be able to supply energy and potable water for itself, as well as manage food, waste and wastewater.

What is considered living off the grid?

The term “off the grid” refers to living autonomously without reliance on a utility for power. Off-grid living is often ideal for rural locations where there is a lack of reliable grid access. Off-grid homes will require alternative power options like solar energy.

How does off the grid living work?

A typical house is connected to power, natural gas, water and telephone lines. Going off the grid means shunning these public utilities in favor of creating your own energy. Others choose to live completely off-grid by digging wells or using a cistern system to collect water.

Where can I live free?

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