Theoretically, yes, but it would cost a lot more than the energy provided by the power company. It surely is an option when you can’t make use of the mains. You could also do that when the mains is not strong enough or when the installation’s power factor is too low. Another method is to make use of a power factor correction 

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Power_factor#Power_factor_correction_in_non-linear_loads

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