Solar energy isn’t that efficient according to the information I’d read all over the web! Although, today solar technology might allow solar cells to be efficient much more than before, around 40% efficiency, but honestly 40% efficiency isn’t yet efficient enough for people who want to get off the grid, I think! Since I’m so new to solar technology and have no experience with the technology itself, my information isn’t that accurate, and so you have been warned! To put that in another way, you should do your own research.
Anyhow, it’s totally easy for people to find information on how to create their own solar panels by sifting through YouTube for videos that show you how to do just that! I’d watched couple YouTube’s videos that show you how to create your own solar panels, and I think it’s totally doable for you and I. Here I post couple videos on how to create your own solar panels, and hopefully you might be inspired enough by the videos to start your very own solar panels. Check out them videos right after the break!
According to the videos above, it’s relatively simple to make homemade solar panels, but how do we wire them to our houses? I guess, I’m going to be on a lookout for excellent videos on the web that will show us how to do just that! If you know any great video on wiring solar panels to a house, please let me know in the comments. Thanks…
In conclusion, as long you have necessary tools and equipments and parts, it’s relatively easy to create your own solar panels. Nonetheless, creating your own solar panels is only the very first step of trying to go green, because you still have to know how to wire homemade solar panels to your house so you can actually go green. I don’t think at this point in time, solar technology is that affordable yet, and so we cannot actually think in term of saving money with solar technology, unless I’m wrong. Please point it out in the comments! Thanks… Also, sometimes having a professional who knows how to install homemade solar panels and wire them to your house is a better option, since wiring electrical wires and so on isn’t for the faint of heart. Considering that electrical safety must be the top priority when trying to install solar panels to your own house, because you won’t be able to go green and enjoy saving money if you have to pay hospital bills, right?