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» posted on Saturday, May 21st, 2011 at 10:25 am by Woody Wilson viewed 385 times
This subject is not new. Man has made energy for thousands of years since the first camp fire. Some renewable eco-friendly energy technology is new and becoming very popular around the world.
- DIY Energy Projects
- Solar Photo Voltaic
- Wind Turbine Generator
- Solar Hot Water
- Solar Air Heater
- Geothermal Heat Pump
- Magnetic Generator
- Home Energy Audit
- Solar Installation Course
Cost is a factor and startup costs are lower than ever. Residential Energy Kit is dedicated to presenting Do-it-Yourself (DIY) plans, guides and products to help you go green and save our environment. DIY projects are 1/3rd to 1/10th the investment cost of commercial solutions. For example, a completely solar home commercial cost is $20,000 to $80,000 with a 25 year pay back. DIY can do the same project for $3,000 to $5,000 with a 3 year pay back.
As populations grow and wealth increases, the stress on our planets resources grows too. Now we have to be more conservative and use alternative energy sources. Methods for reducing energy consumptions should be our first effort. Insulate, seal, use energy star products, and many other methods need to be employed. These are detailed in our Articles
Another consideration to saving our environment is to stop using power company energy. Over half of the US electricity comes from coal. Coal and oil usage is extensive around the world. We can make our own energy at home. The energy is free in nature. We just have to harvest this energy with techniques that are more feasible today than ever before. Wind, Solar, Solar Hot Water, Wave, Geo-Thermal and Fuel Cell technologies are readily available and encouraged by governments around the word. Energy Tax Credit Incentives of up to 30% can save you a ton of money. This is Important ~ If you seriously want free energy at home and you are willing to build a device yourself to save investment cost, you need a guide. They are relatively inexpensive. You will find my critical reviews under the Index on our Home page. These new guides have all the development worked out and offer step by step instruction. This will save you both time and money. Usually you can be operational in less than a week. All of these guides are written for the layman without high technical requirements. Material and tools required are common around the house items. The first model that you make is like training. Once you make your first, you can make another bigger and more powerful.
With all these projects you can scale up the size to eliminate most if not all your dependence on the power company (the grid). These guides even show you how to tie into the grid (grid tie) and sell the power company your excess electricity. That’s right. The power company will pay you for power!!. Make power at home with solar or wind to eliminate your power bill. Get our complete guide at Residential Energy Kit
» posted on Friday, December 10th, 2010 at 11:08 am by Woody Wilson viewed 612 times
Solar Window Hot Air Furnace
This video explains everything about this Do-it-Yourself project
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Watch this video and see how my friend Damon built his own Solar Air Heater
window unit for less than $30 in spare parts.
- Can use even in an apartment!
- Can use to heat sheds, barns, chicken coops, etc.
- Use where you may not have gas or electricity
- Works independently of your current heating methods
- Can run for 10-20 years with little maintenance
- As a bonus this offer includes great bonuses including
- GreenEcoClub trial
- Secrets to Finding Parts Dirt Cheap (a MUST have)
- DIY Energy Audit
- new Solar Heater Video Library
This is recommended best value for the winter
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If you appreciate the occasional DIY project, then this one is perfect for you. With a proper set of tools and the right materials like plywood, glass sheets, and photovoltaic cells, you will be able to start building your own solar energy panels. You probably already have most of the necessary tools at home, and the other materials are easily available in stores or on the Internet.
Where to Install your Homemade Solar Panels
The rooftop is generally the best place to install solar energy panels, as this is the area that usually receives the most direct sunlight. If this is not the case, the panels can also be placed in the backyard, in a spot where the sunlight is not obstructed.
Homemade solar panels are easy to install as long as you have an instructional guide handy. You will find a number of affordable resources available on the Internet that you can use.
Taking it One Step at a Time
The best way to start your project would be to first build a small solar panel. This way, you can familiarize yourself with the process of building the panels more easily. Once you have completed the first panel, you can then start building more until you reach the number required for your home. If you wish, you can even build enough solar panels to provide for all of your home energy needs, making your home completely independent of the regular power grid!
Solar energy panels also require very little effort to maintain, making this a favorable DIY project for many homeowners. If you are willing to put in the effort to make this DIY project work, you will find that building homemade solar panels will save you large amounts of money on your electricity bills.
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