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How to Make a Solar Panel - Homemade Solar Panels



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By : Jon Elsdon    99 or more times read
Homemade Solar panels are becoming an increasingly popular project for the householder to undertake in order to alleviate the financial pressures the power bill brings, as well as giving a helping hand to the environment around us.

Until recently how to make a solar panel was a process thought by most people to be only undertaken by experts in the area. Fortunately this is nonsense, solar power panels can easily be built by the average handy person with materials you can get from your local hardware store for around $200.

Quite a few companies are now producing and promoting their own "how to make a solar panel" guide. These guides to homemade solar panels, retail for about $40 - $60 and are primarily available online via digital download.

Having purchased three of these guides and built my own solar panels I found they are comprised of a simple, easy to follow illustrated step by step hand book, often complimented by videos which show you very clearly what items you need to assemble and how to put together your homemade solar panels and install them on or around your house.

Once you put your "how to make solar panel" guide into practice you will soon reap the benefits, particularly financially. I estimate I have slashed over 70% from my power bill, when you package this with the ability to use power more liberally and maintain power during power outages, whether you choose to become totally dependent on solar or just wish to supplement your power needs, it makes sense for every household to have their own system.

The major attraction of homemade solar panels is it allows you to take full advantage of the suns power, a renewable and environmentally clean source of energy and best of all its free!. Imagine no more exorbitant power bills, whether you choose to become totally dependent on solar power or simply use it to supplement power from your power company, you can be free to use as much as you wish.
To learn more about how you can build your own solar panel visit diy solar panels.

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