How to Install Solar Panels : Solar Energy System Sizes


Running an entire house on solar energy requires quite a few panels. Learn about solar energy system sizes from aprofessional in this free energy conservation video. Expert: Roger Bacon Bio: Roger Bacon is the owner of RGB Home Repair and Renovation in Santa Barbara California. He has experience in all phases of home repair and renovations such as plumbing, heating and solar power. Filmmaker: Diana Bacon

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  1. #1 by vicmeuk at November 4th, 2008

    I want your solar panels 🙂 Hands up!!!!

  2. #2 by ourkids123 at March 23rd, 2009

    i have got 2. 80 w 12v panels but have got 48v inverter do i get one more 80w panel ?????

  3. #3 by bubba007ss at March 29th, 2009

    I would like to install my own solar panels for my house I would like to know where I could by kit and instructions on how to install them. That it could take care of my hole house.

  4. #4 by gatewaymarina at April 10th, 2009

    Im sick of competeing aginst these low cost experts sure he makes it look easy but his install looks like crap and his methods are all F@#$ up. I have learned how to benifit from this video and others like it . I just show it to them so they know what not to do! So I guess I should thank this guy………………Thanks Hippy solar guy!

  5. #5 by SolarXpert at May 1st, 2009

    Solar panels are awesome! I just purchased mine from Solar-Deals. They’re doing a grand opening! 10% off all products!

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  6. #6 by 111110001 at May 11th, 2009

    So Four 12 volt batteries to get your inverter to do 48 volts to work, then you are going to have to get a solar charger to charge your batteries, then wire them + -to + – all four batteries to keep it 12 volt and a second wire to go + to _ to +- on all the batteries to get 48 volts to the inverter. Hope this helps!

  7. #7 by indiasrainbow at August 12th, 2009

    is this part 1?

  8. #8 by andruha11234 at August 16th, 2009

    so, you will spend 5k dollars to run your laptop and few lights? thats just stupid, my laptop uses like 30 watts of power (when charging), and lets say each bulb is 11-20 watts, it will take you 20 years to pay off that….

  9. #9 by chicagoelectricbicyc at September 7th, 2009

    200 watt panels on ebay go for 450

  10. #10 by Tidfall1 at September 10th, 2009

    Is there not a problem with the paint? i mean the black paint crusts off in later years.

  11. #11 by flamemange9 at September 21st, 2009

    I’m going to buy a Kyocera 135 watt solar panel, a 20v charge controller, and three 6 volt deep cycle batteries to run my camper trailer while I’m building our house. Al Gore can shove his cap and trade electric power tax hike up his ass.. I’m going totally off-grid.

  12. #12 by dealsaua at September 21st, 2009

    i read that the cheaper chinese panels don’t match up in quality and that they don’t last as long. but hey, at over 50% reduction in price….sounds good. lol

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