donderdag 19 februari 2015

DIY Solar Electricity - It's Easier Than You Think

DIY Solar Electricity
There are so many benefits to getting off the grid and using your own electricity that the list might be able to go on and on forever. One of the main reasons people will go for the installation of solar panels is that they will save themselves a lot of money in the long run. The upfront cost is something that can sometimes scare people away from taking on a DIY solar electricity project, but once you calculate how much money you will save within the next several years, you will see that it would actually be a financial waste to not install solar panels.

Depending on the size of your home and the amount of electricity you need to generate, you might find that it takes a couple of year's worth of savings on the electric bill before the DIY solar electricity project is paid for. After that, for the remaining time that you have in that home, you will have all of the electricity you could ever want and it will not cost you a dime.

This is a free legal form of electricity that you are in total control over. No one can shut off your lights during the winter, which would in turn shut off your furnace if you live in a colder region. No one can swoop in and raise the cost of energy on you, without your permission. You will be in complete control of when you use your electricity and how much of it you use.

Another thing that makes some people think twice about a DIY solar electricity project is that they think that only highly trained professionals are the ones that are able to handle such a project. This is simply not true. Creating and installing your own solar panels is a lot easier than you think. There are many sets of instructions and guides out there that can walk you through the process, step by step, which means you will not have any trouble at all. This is also not a project that is going to take you a very long time to complete. You will find that just a day, or maybe even a weekend, is enough time to completely make and install your solar panels. Of course, if you live in a super sized mansion, you might need a little more time.

If you have a friend or a family member that has completed their own DIY solar electricity project, you might want to see if they would be willing to lend you a hand. Their advice and experience can also be a way to make sure that the job gets finished quickly for you. Once you are finished with your project, you will look back and wonder just what took you so long to start saving money on electricity in the first place.

DIY Solar Electricity is a great way to save money and help the environment.

DIY Solar Panels and Windmills Building Guides


Earth 4 Energy
Make your own solar panels or wind turbine.
More info here

Home Made Power Plant
There are some other guides for DIY wind and solar generators, but all of those that I've read don't get into the same details.
More info here







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