I found some ways of making a zero-point magnetic generator, which claims that it produces plentiful clean energy, but the websites that talk about it sound frankly kind of crackpotty. The best answer to your question is probably either solar or wind energy, depending on the conditions of the area where it’s being used
Solar power is pretty clean, if you can afford to install it or know how to do it yourself. It comes from a relatively unlimited resource.
The actual generations of electricity from things like wind, solar, geothermal, and hydropower are all pretty neutral in terms of carbon footprints. But every one of those approaches requires a lot of other activity that is not neutral, including building dams, mining the minerals to make solar panels and wind turbines, construction of geothermal plants, and much more. Compared to fossil fuels those things generally are a lot less, but there is no such thing as a completely clean fuel source – short of basking (or baking bread) in the sun.
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