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Green DIY Energy Solar Wind Guide Review




If you have a home, you know the electricity bill is one of your largest household expenses every month. Do you have to pay more for power compared to last year? I had to because the local power utility company decided to increase the energy rate in mid of 2008.

As of now, they are still pushing the government to allow them to increase the rate yet again!

That is one of the reason I decided to look into alternative energy sources to supplement my home electricity requirement. That has led me to research on renewable energy sources such as solar and wind power.

One of the first resources I bought from the internet on renewable energy is GreenDIYEnergy solar wind guide. The main web site is located at www.greendiyenergy.com.

Was it a good purchase?

Personally, I did learn a lot from the program. GreenDIYEnergy comes with 2 pdf guide books that covers Do It Yourself (DIY) solar panel and wind generator.

One of my favorite is the 6 High Definition (HD) step by step instructional videos on how to make a solar panel for less than $200. The quality of the videos is really good and I am very impressed by it.

Initially, I didn’t know a home solar power system has so many components. I though all you’ll need is to set up a solar panel and couple of batteries.

As it turns out, a complete residential solar energy system needs components such as DC disconnect, power gauges, charge controller, battery bank, power inverter, backup diesel generator etc.

Product Guarantee

If you have never bought anything from the web before, you may not know this. Your purchase from the internet comes with a 60 days money back guarantee. If for any reason you are not happy with your purchase, you can contact the seller and ask for a full refund.

The policy is the same for the GreenDIYEnergy solar wind guide. So far I am quite happy with my purchase and decided to keep my copy.

If you are tired of rising energy cost, check out the GreenDIYEnergy manual. It will give you some good tips and recommendation on how you can reduce your home power consumption with minimal cost.

==> Click here to visit GreenDIYEnergy now!

By | 2012-11-05T13:24:25+00:00 December 10th, 2009|Green DIY Energy|4 Comments

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  1. Dee Roberts January 1, 2010 at 8:49 am

    I order it, but have not got my order yet. I am on a fixed income, was so hope that this would help me just to keep warm. But I don’t like some comment I read. Is this not going to heat my house? As I do not have the $200. to throw away. Please can someone please answer me quite before my order get here so I can cancle my order. God Bless who ever answer me.

  2. admin January 4, 2010 at 1:01 pm

    Hi Dee,

    The guide will show you how to make a solar panel via a Do It Yourself (DIY) approach. The budget of $200 is for 1 solar panel.

    The solar panel is consist of 36 pieces of solar cells. It is capable of producing 18 volts and approximately 75 watts of Direct Current (DC). The panel can be used to charge a 12 volts deep cycle battery.

    I’m not sure how much power your heater consume. Chances are, you may need multiple solar panels to charge a bigger battery bank.

    If you are not good with hand tools, it would be better idea to engage a professional solar contractor to assist you.

    ‘Will

  3. firestar January 21, 2010 at 2:38 am

    Before you try to build you own solar/wind power, you need to have the right tools. You need to have the step-by-step process that I explain in this guide. I made it a personal mission to create the best solar panel guide available. I searched the internet for months looking for the best ideas and designs for building solar panels.Step-by-Step pictures, diagrams and schematics show you how everything is done. There is even a Video Library so you can see real solar panels being created. Learn how to take the power your solar panels create and run your household energy needs (controller, batteries, inverter, disconnects, etc).

  4. Solarpanelsforsale June 16, 2010 at 4:49 pm

    When solar energy is available in abundance why we rely on oil and other alternative?

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