This product is offered by a Les and Jane who have been living “off grid” for the past 15 years. They drive their own homemade electric car and use solar and wind energy to run their house.
Once we have all this power stored in our battery bank we need to convert it to usable ac power. This is accomplished by our 2500 watt inverter. The battery bank and the inverter are connected by very large gauge welding cables. An inverter takes the 12 volt dc power from the battery bank and changes it to 120 volts of ac power so that we can use household appliances such as coffee makers, microwaves for use in our travel trailer and most importantly on our service truck, for all our power tools.
Many homeowners are not too fond of the idea of spending over $10,000 or $20,000 for solar power kits. I am sure after looking at the price for a solar power system for your home, you are discouraged to invest you money for that system. Notice how I used the word “invest”, because it truly is an investment when you are installing a solar power system for your home. However that is a topic discussion for some other time, so for this article lets focus on making your own autoconsumo electrico.
A mentor is not an absolute a young person wants to become. He or she is the example of what life can be faults and all.The mentor has seen more of life knows what self-consumption may lie ahead in the chosen path and can possibly help steer clear of potential hazards. When you hear someone say, ” well, this is what happened to me,” it gives faith that there will be time to change, amend the error, or make a better choice to begin with.
Sheets of copper. This material too can be found at your local hardware store. A square foot prices at about $5 per square foot and should be pretty accessible.
When you really think about it, it isn’t too surprising that by using the power of the Sun for such an undertaking, solar electricity can become a reality, if we look at the incredible statistics related to the Sun.
The road to London may be paved with gold, but generally everything else comes in a shade of boring Tarmac…. unless you’re visiting the Morton Arboretum in the USA. To add a bit of colour to their paths they’ve opted for recycled glass. Naturally, the glass has been rounded off to make it completely safe and it looks a lot prettier than Tarmac.
Now you are geared up to begin transforming the sun’s power straight into your very own useful electrical power. Secure the box firmly and be sure to place the panel in an optimum location for getting the sun’s rays. After a full day under the sunshine you should have built up a nice source of Build-it-yourself solar electrical power.