Thursday, July 21, 2011

DIY Solar Power


DIY solar power is VERY achievable. You CAN build cheap solar panels - BUT - you must proceed with caution.

Homemade Energy is fast becoming the buzz word in environmental circles.
Consumers are becoming fed up with the problems associated with using conventional energy resources.

Tired of rising costs and, in some cases, being subjected to rationing, many home owners are turning to the newest trend in energy conservation - DIY Solar Power Kits.

A number of companies are now producing homemade energy guides, available for instant download on the internet, which give you step by step instructions on how to assemble the materials for your own DIY solar power kits.


The guides cost around $40 to $60 and the materials required to build your kit will cost around $200, much cheaper than purchasing and installing an off the shelf kit (the costs may run into many thousands of dollars.

The guides generally come in the form of an instruction manual and video series which contain easy to follow diagrams, instructions and examples.

Having assembled and implemented my own DIY Solar Panels, I can vouch that the process is an easy and painless task, and the results in terms of saving money are stunning.

Please be warned though, there are hundreds of DIY solar plans available on the net - most are of poor quality - and all charge for the plans.

Many "imitators" are simply out to rip off original plans or worse - to sell you inferior plans that show you how to make solar panels which, at best, will power a calculator.

There are many "fly by nighters" who are in it for a quick buck, hoping to lure you into parting with your dollars, only for you to find that they have disappeared when you need support.

So how do you find a plan that is a) worth the money, b) will allow you to build a powerful solar panel and c) will offer ongoing quality support?

Well the good news is you don't have to! We have spent many hours researching the various plans available on DIY solar panels so as to save you the time, money and frustration.

Honestly, we have not built all of the solar panels from the 27 plans we have purchased and researched, however we have done the due diligence on all of them.

We have checked credentials, contacted people who have built and used the systems, conducted cost and feature comparisons and more.

Most importantly, the systems we recommend below are all delivered via a secure third party site - Clickbank - which is a reputable company offering a 60 day - 100% money back - unconditional guarantee.

We are certain that you will find the products below of the same high standards as any other we recommend.

We hope you enjoy the DIY solar power plans - which ever you choose!
Please send us feedback via the Contact Us link - we love reading about your completed projects.
So here are our top 3 choices for DIY solar power.

1 comment:

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