Friday, January 22, 2010

Building Solar Panels - Escape From Energy Bills For Good

By: John Greenspan

Many folks escaped from exorbitant energy bills, by building
solar panels for their home. Solar energy is available in
abundance, so this is a reliable option. Having sufficient
photovoltaic panels installed, you can generate enough
electricity for the entire day and night.

The electricity meant for use at night is stored in a battery
bank. When the sun sets, the accumulators discharge their power
so your home can continue to be supplied with electricity. In
this way, you can even live independent of the power grid
(off-grid).

Harnessing solar energy (by the use of photovoltaic panels) can
certainly help lower or eliminate your electricity bills
altogether. But a complete set of solar energy panels that can
supply all of your household needs would probably set you back
by at least twenty thousand dollars. And if you're taking a
loan, you'll end up paying even more because of the interest
accrued. The sad fact is few people in the working class can
afford these readily. Therefore many continue to be fully
dependant on the power grid, paying up whatever is demanded of
them.

Thankfully we're in an age when using renewable energy is in
vogue. Many homeowners are buying resources to help them build
their own solar energy panels. Thus affordable, environmentally
friendly energy is available to you so long as you're willing to
put your hands to the plough for some days. This effort that you
put in continues to bring forth returns year after year.

What Is Required To Build DIY Solar Panels?

There are two ways to build your own solar energy panels. The
first way is to get all the raw components and fit them together
from scratch. The other way is to get a solar energy kit. This
is a package that contains everything you need to set up your
own solar power generator.

Photovoltaic kits are very educational and instructions are
usually quite thorough and simple to understand. The manual is
replete with diagrams and instructions on how to make your own
solar energy panels. Compared to constructing a solar generator
from scratch, this method helps you get what you need in the
shortest time. However it is more costly.

If you want to construct a solar power generator without a kit,
you'll need a good solar energy panel blueprint to guide you
along. This will help you avoid 99% of the mistakes a
first-timer makes. Although it will cost a little, the price of
a good instructional material pays for itself many times over.
This is because good instruction guides have blueprints and tips
on where to find good-quality materials for your project. This
information alone is worth its weight in gold. It'll save you
thousands of dollars that will otherwise be wasted on silly
mistakes.

About the author:
John Greenspan is an expert in DIY solar panels
and has build several solar power generators in his spare time.
Are you interested in building DIY Solar panels? Pick up your
FREE "How To Build Solar Panels" eBook at =>
http://www.diysolarpanelsworld.com

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