Free Solar Heat “How to build a solar panel” Part 1.1

Beat the cost of heat.Easy step by step build your own solar heating/hot water system.Green energy the wave of the future.Solarize your home.Stop oil crisis.

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  1. #1 by isofaster at February 9th, 2009

    sort of , but the vid doesnt claim they produce electrical power , and collecting heat is harnessing solar energy. photo-voltaic panels turn solar energy into elctric power.

  2. #2 by oscargurses at February 28th, 2009

    is that irish moss?

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  4. #4 by dojabean at March 11th, 2009

    sounds cool. but i’m confused. how does the glycol not contaminate the water you’ll be CONSUMING?

  5. #5 by paullie6719 at March 20th, 2009

    The heat is transferred from the glycol to the domestic hot water. The glycol doesn’t mix with the water.

  6. #6 by churchrvsb at March 25th, 2009

    Just think of glycol as the fire under the pot of water.

  7. #7 by danbusinessman at March 26th, 2009

    those future aditions dont exist

  8. #8 by frediab at March 26th, 2009

    wow!!, you make solar power look so simple and easy:)

  9. #9 by colonella2002 at March 26th, 2009

    Working on it….

  10. #10 by shukuru123 at April 14th, 2009

    Hi, cogredilations I so you are doing the greet projet at home .
    I had quetion I need help about solar panel power can be builted with local materials without yousing voltaic panel power and get electricity to charge Battery
    home please let me know if is possible how to do?

  11. #11 by colonella2002 at April 16th, 2009

    This is a hot water only…no electricity…

  12. #12 by mwowner12 at April 18th, 2009

    who the hell needs heat during the summer LOL??

    better yet who needs to heat there house during the summer

    i thought this was going to be an energy solar panel…

  13. #13 by Celestialtears006 at April 19th, 2009

    12And this shall be the plague wherewith the LORD will smite all the people that have fought against Jerusalem; Their flesh shall consume away while they stand upon their feet, and their eyes shall consume away in their holes, and their tongue shall consume away in their mouth.

    zacheriah chapter 14


  14. #14 by inspire734 at April 20th, 2009

    I take it you don’t take showers or baths? He said it was to heat water. In the winter you could use it to heat a house or cool it by hooking it up to an air conditioning unit. It creates energy & powers whatever you hook it up to. He didn’t mention how the liquid is connected to it or what parts you need at the end to connect it to something.

  15. #15 by mwowner12 at April 20th, 2009

    okay in the winter ur not going to get much out of it… it could be of some benefit but not really…

    And why would u use an air conditioner in the winter?? Seriously thing about it.. instead of using an air conditioner u can open a window which is 2 times better then the conditioner in the winter….

  16. #16 by eyafeanod at May 8th, 2009

    use your solar panel to condition your air at summer, and heat for winter. duh?!

    where is the brain?

  17. #17 by iknowyoux at May 10th, 2009

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  18. #18 by slarne at May 10th, 2009

    An air conditioner is basically a heat pump, it moves warm air from one place to another. Depending on wich direction you pump you either get warm or cold air into your home.
    They get output 2-5 times the energy you put in, in form of electricity. Usually a 1.35kW heatpump can get you 4-5kW of heat, depending on the outside temperature. There are good ones that can get you over 2 times the energy even when the outside temp is -20C.

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  20. #20 by miltech29 at May 16th, 2009

    awesome video keep the good work!!

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  22. #22 by tommytowne at June 3rd, 2009

    I need a company to buy cells from. please help

  23. #23 by luigivillarreal at June 9th, 2009

    “harvesting sun energy, is one of the easiest things you can do to CREATE energy.!” CReate energy dude? I wanna be a god too!

  24. #24 by computermech at June 15th, 2009

    Nice video. I was wondering where the water will get heated if the pipe contains glycol ?

  25. #25 by viking1au at June 17th, 2009

    Doesnt seem to show fluid in/outlets, or mention whether he is using water or glycol. – Dont think this is intended as a true working version.

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