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Building your own solar panel can be easy.
More and more people are turning to solar energy in an effort to cut costs, especially with the current state of the global economy. The expense of the solar panels would be offset by the savings on your electricity bill. It will cost you about half the price to build your own solar panels. While this article can’t possibly provide a comprehensive guide to building your own solar panel, we will look at some of the most important aspects.
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 may be able to drastically cut your electricity bills, but at the very least you’ll be able to cut them down a bit. You can also earn some cash as in many areas the government will purchase any additional energy you create. Regardless of whether this is something that operates in your area, you will be able to make enormous savings by installing a solar panel system. You should consider having your solar cells available in order to create your homemade solar panel by putting them all together in the box or container of your choice to create your solar panel. If you are worried that you might not find these cells very easy take a look online at places like Ebay. But, you’ll want to avoid making the mistake of purchasing a cell just because you find them cheap. It is imperative that you get a quality cell capable of maximizing your energy output for greater cost savings and energy production. If the solar cells you find on Ebay are rated at or below grade “B” avoid them. One solar panel is made up of an average of 36 solar cells, each solar cell can produce 100 watts of power. You may be surprised to find out that these cells aren’t as expensive as you might have thought, in fact only about $2 each.
In terms of connections, if you are going to be connecting your solar panel to batteries, you might want to solder on a diode first. Power will flow from the solar cells to the batteries. Sometime during the night you could be wasting power. However, for those who choose to use a charge controller this step is not necessary.
The tools will require some skill, but it is something that anyone can do. Using your home built solar panels you could be powering your entire home with sunlight.
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