How Solar Energy Panels Work

How to build your own Home Solar Energy or Wind Turbine Power Plant.

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  1. #1 by Chris93Gordon at October 19th, 2008

    Great explanation of how solar panels work. Easy and simple to understand.

  2. #2 by polkadotgirl18 at November 3rd, 2008

    this is awesome! thx dude

  3. #3 by 1kickass at November 19th, 2008

    actually most of the suns power get’s put off as heat there are different waves i think it’s something like colors are put off as heat so we only get like 15%…. nasa is working on beter solar panel tech. so don’t wory lol

  4. #4 by gwenstefanilovers101 at February 15th, 2009

    thank you so much 4 this video!

  5. #5 by shaunny1992 at April 27th, 2009

    why dont we stop using coal, adn just stick hundred of solar panels on our houses and make huge fiends big solar plants?
    stupid lazy ass planet

  6. #6 by wcdfilms at June 6th, 2009

    thats easy to much money. and what are we going to do with the jobs of the people working at the coal factories. its easier said than done also there are good people and bad people just so happens that most of the world is made up of bad people

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  8. #8 by 1kickass at June 6th, 2009

    i wrote that like 6 months ago lol that’s funny hey did you hear about that guy in florida a few yres back that built his own solar pannels and he was able to power his house and like his hole block and then the government came in and took it away and fined the shit out of him fuck the government they have to get money from everything that anyone does it’s bullshit i’m glad that we can legally have solar now

  9. #9 by hyperfrequincy at June 16th, 2009

    nice and easy

  10. #10 by TheAkb10 at June 18th, 2009

    Be smart – don’t pay any more electricity bills. more info: (Copy to your browser’s address bar)

  11. #11 by nasa9boy at August 9th, 2009

    when the electrons flow to the bottom does it occur in the semiconductur like silicon?

  12. #12 by abmod01 at August 25th, 2009

    I built my own Solar Panels for under $100 which are currently powering my 1700 Square Foot home using the plans at:


  13. #13 by pjn102290 at September 29th, 2009


  14. #14 by pjn102290 at September 29th, 2009

    Click my name and see the video Energy Savings that i made if you wanna learn how to save energy

  15. #15 by solar90000 at October 11th, 2009

    A good introduction to how solar cells work. Easy an simplified way to explain complicated subject as solar energy theory. I like it…

  16. #16 by keisama101 at October 13th, 2009

    tyvm for telling “us” about “how solar energy panels work”

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