Survival with Non-Electric Lighting

What do you do for lighting when the electricity goes out due to severe storms? What if you decide to live with less electricity or none from the grid at all? What if the utility company shuts off your power for failure to pay bills? What if power where you live is cut due to some kind of an emergency declared by the government?

The solution for lighting is in a book by Tim Matson, The Book of Non-Electric Lighting.

If you have fearful concerns about safety—you don’t want to burn the house down—Matson discusses safe and effective use of all types of lights and fuels, such as kerosene and LP gas. It’s a crucial resource in times of blackouts or for anyone who uses non-electric lights.

Matson describes in detail how to select, assemble, install, and safely use and maintain all types of non-electric light sources. Included is a list of reputable sources for finding and purchasing safe indoor and outdoor lighting products

Get The Book of Non-Electric Lighting for your survival library. Click on the book’s title wherever you see it linked in this post.

Take heart. You need not be left in the dark about lighting without electricity.


Author: John Wesley Smith

John Wesley Smith writes and podcasts from his home in Central Missouri. His goal is to help preppers as he continues along his own preparedness journey.