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Read this article to learn how to build your own solar panel.

To cut cost, more and more people are turning to solar energy. Installing solar panels will be high, but the expense will quickly be off set by the amount you will be saving on your electric bill. There is good news about building solar panels. Use this article as a guide to building your own solar panels.

If you’re using solar panels for your power you won’t need to rely on the public electric grid, which is probably the biggest benefit of using a solar panel system. This means that you can greatly cut down your electricity bills and maybe even slash them dramatically. Also, you can actually earn money because in many areas the government will buy any surplus energy you create. However, even if this is not the case where you live, the savings you can make by installing a solar panel system are enormous. A solar panel is connected to batteries and most of them use the regular 12 volt batteries that are used in cars. A plain old lead acid battery, which is very affordable, is what you’ll need. In fact, with a little research you can find these batteries very cheaply or even for free. Storing electricity is only part of the process; you must convert this electricity into AC to be used at home or in your garage. This means you should get a true sine wave or modified energy converter. To replicate the comforts of home, a true sine wave inverter is what you need to have actual alternating current. Only a true sine wave inverter, not a modified sine wave device, will convert the energy properly, but at a higher price.

The diodes should be soldered before you attach your panels to the batteries. Using batteries will allow the solar cells to power the batteries and not the other way around. The latter would mean a waste of power and it can happen during the night. On the other hand, if you are using a charge controller then this step is not necessary. Conventional installation of solar panels requires positioning them on top of your living quarters, and using that electricity for your appliances and other needs. Likewise, solar panels can also be connected to the heating system and you can then heat your home with the help of solar power.

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Solarize Madison Chicago

Illinois’s top solar contractor provides solar energy solutions for home owners in Chicago. Call Now For A Free No-Obligation Quote!
9277 Magnolia Drive
Chicago, IL 60601

Cook, Illinois (IL)

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