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My Solar Plans Review – Another Scam Product?

The MySolarPlans program is one of the latest Do It Yourself (DIY) home solar power system guide available on the web. When I first saw its main web site at www.mysolarplans.com, it was pretty unique because instead of using a long sale letter explaining the guide just like everyone else, they used a simple video presentation. Pretty clever!

I decided to buy the package and do a quick My Solar Plans review for the benefit all the readers. The picture above shows the members’ section and on the top portion, there are 12 tabs.

The main content is the step by step instructional videos on how to make your own solar panel capable of producing 70 watt without spending more than $100. The quality of the videos is pretty good because they are recorded in High Definition (HD). My only pet peeve is the language of the presenter, it is very clear he has an Australian accent.

In the MySolarPlans members’ area, you also get to download the manual on DIY Photovoltaic (PV) panel, parts list, list of all the tools required and PV panel connection diagrams.

My Solar Plans Bonuses

After going through the members’ area, I was pretty pleased with the bonuses they offered. When you buy MySolarPlans, there are 5 bonuses included for you. The bonuses are:

– How to Be Environmentally Friendly e-book

– How to Be Environmentally Friendly MP3 version

– Solar Power For Energy e-book

– How to Make Biodiesel From Vegetable Oil e-book

– 30 Days Free Trial to Saving Secrets Club

All the bonuses are valued at over $96.00 and you’ll get it all free as a member!

My Solar Plans Guarantee

Since the MySolarPlans program is sold through Clickbank, you are automatically covered by their 60 days money back policy. If for whatever reason you do not see any value in the My Solar Plans content, you are entitled for a full refund within 60 days from the purchase date. The buyer satisfaction policy pretty much removes all the risk from you.

My Solar Plans Review Conclusion

So, should you buy the MySolarPlans package? For the last 14 months, I have been researching a lot of information on DIY residential solar power system. I have also reviewed a lot of online home solar system guide.

The content quality of My Solar Plans is pretty decent and is on par with most top selling home solar guide. If you are planning to make your own solar panel to reduce your home electricity bill, the My Solar Plans program will offer you some valuable information.

The entire program inclusive of the 7 HD instructional videos and the bonuses is selling at only $49.97. Get it now before they increase the price.

==> Click here to visit MySolarPlans now!

By | 2012-07-28T08:57:08+00:00 June 18th, 2010|Home Solar Guides|12 Comments

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  3. Robert Dawson August 9, 2010 at 12:36 am

    They don’t tell you how you store your energy or in what type of baterries in their presentation. That’s one question I’d like to have answered before buying the book. Also,power companies in my areas don’t buy electricity anymore. If anyone knows the type of batteries that are used to store the energy,please reply or make a comment.

  4. Will August 9, 2010 at 8:23 am

    Hi Dawson, thanks for your comment.

    The power generated by the solar panels are stored in a battery bank via a charge controller. The type of battery most suitable for a residential solar power system is the deep cycle kind. Deep cycle battery is the same type of battery used of electric golf carts and boats. They are more durable and can be discharged into a lower level without damaging its internal components.

  5. Daddio August 19, 2010 at 9:25 am

    You won’t be able to buy enough batteries to store your energy for nightime or cloudy.rainy day use. If you have 2 air conditioners, an electric stove and dryer. Perhaps an electric water heater you will need maybe 30 kilowatts peak which translates to many kilowatt/hours of storage. You will also need a cyclo-converter to change the DC to 120 volt RMS AC current.

    You are probably looking at a project that you neither can complete, afford or find space for.

    Years from now there may be a low cost solar roof shingle and you will be able to dump power into the grid in the day and take it back from the grid at night. You will need a large. correctly oriented roof, gas heat and energy efficient appliances especially air conditioners and pumps.

  6. ELF August 26, 2010 at 1:56 am

    Will,
    If the panels that could be produced store thier electricity in deepcycle batteries, then wouldn’t you need either alot of them to make enough difference to justify the $$ because you cant run home appliances off of one of these? I have on in my camper, and I could see how it would be worth it for that, camping away from the plug, but I cant see how this rig would actually save $$ after the ROI in home usage.

  7. Grime August 26, 2010 at 10:44 pm

    Where’s Tony Stark when you need him?

    The technology just isn’t here yet that will allow us to store the energy and release it like we need it and have it all be financially wise to take part in.

    Has anyone read the Riverworld books? We need a batacitor. Battery/Capacitor.

  8. spandyeffenry July 7, 2011 at 9:19 am

    Nice Post. This post helped me in my college assignment. Thnaks Alot

  9. Angelo October 21, 2011 at 7:10 am

    It’s amazing how many knockers are out there.Instead of finding ways we sit there and bitch. Water is a great batery. Today local councils are insisting on water tanks to catch roof water and reuse for toilets and general watering top up pools etc. So you fit a couple of these tanks preferably as high as you can to generate a presure head and as asthetically pleasing as possible. You can let nature fill them, or get a water cart. You have an in ground tank to catch the water and a sizable impeller driven generator 35Kw is readily available, not cheap but worth the investment.
    Now this is where the solar panels come into play, during the day they move the water from the in ground tank to the higher tanks via a simple high volume pool pump. They use 1 KW easy to create such a system, not cheap but grid free. You can keep the grid on if you want if climate change produces really bad weather that solar panels won’t work.
    You could plumb a swimming pool into this but there would be skimmer issues, this would a design from the outset job where it could take the place of the in ground tank. The beauty of the pool pump is the water could be salt water or fresh. most good quality pumps move 20000 litres in an hour.
    I am just in the process of designing a system for my farm where the grid is 100K to connect I have water a plenty and sufficient slope from my main dam for a pressure head.
    I am sure there are many other ideas that make this possible. Most of us look for excuses why something won’t work intead of finding ways to make them work.

  10. Coach Barber November 24, 2011 at 3:56 pm

    We may have to do this all over again. I bought your product now I cant find it in my computer. Is it possible to cancel my order – get my money back – and then re-order your product? I’ve tried a dozen different searches, but I can’t find it anywhere.

  11. Will November 25, 2011 at 6:15 am

    Please look at your confirmation email you received when you bought the program. The download link to My Solar Plans should be in there.

  12. Paul February 25, 2012 at 3:05 am

    1. Is this an Australian product?
    2. Is it possible to use these panels with an inverter to be grid connected?
    3. Is my electrician going to laugh at me and refuse to connect the inverter to the panels and the grid?

    I don’t mind if I have to buy an inverter, but I want to know if it is worth proceeding. Has anyone tried this in Australia?

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