Solar Panels In Action


Four 160 watt Kyocera solar panels in action, March 10, 2007 in southern Wisconsin. 11.5 hours of sunlight generated 4 kW’s of electricity…way enough to power the fridge, a dozen flourescent bulbs, the circulating pump for the radiant heat, the well pump and tv/radio for hours. And it powered this laptop and a video camera all day as well. The entire system was about 000. Everything here was bought at the Alternative Energy Store, at altenergystore.com. And I had to stand still for like …

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  1. #1 by bykashka75 at December 31st, 2008

    very dull vid. song annoying? what the hell. please take this off youtube.

  2. #2 by MGB1977Red at January 7th, 2009

    I put together a system exactly like this. Mounting on the side of the garage works great and it’s amazing how much power you can get out of just 4 panels!

  3. #3 by rysliv at January 22nd, 2009

    160 watts PFFT i need like 60 kilowatts

  4. #4 by mynameisrowland at January 24th, 2009

    thats the future get used to it

  5. #5 by bykashka75 at January 25th, 2009

    vid is sucks. i agree that this is future but not now.. please someone take this vid off you tube

  6. #6 by dornaimobiliare at February 2nd, 2009

    60 kW ?? what for? you have a little factory?

  7. #7 by BSOFinland at February 3rd, 2009

    heehehe i saw you i saw you..at first i thought it was a ghost .. that was beforeee i read the info 😛

  8. #8 by IamAdamWe at April 15th, 2009

    LOOK AT EM GO! GO BABY GO!!!!!!

  9. #9 by antiqueeagle62 at April 18th, 2009

    Seriously!!!! Take this off you tube….or make it better!

  10. #10 by pozzerbob at April 29th, 2009

    heck out my solar generator video!

  11. #11 by rob00442233 at May 10th, 2009

    This is soo EXCITING!!!! YEAH! Make that energy!!

  12. #12 by Lollocide at May 11th, 2009

    Smack that panel baby, ohh yeah smack that panel!

  13. #13 by mightyspuds at May 27th, 2009

    VERY NICE solar gain you have there.EXCELLENT video showing fine daylight and lack of shadows.

    Shame on you guys not to realize what he is showing,how to sight panels very effectively.

    Spuds

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  15. #15 by abmod05 at August 18th, 2009

    I built my own solar panels which are powering half my 1500SF Home for under $100 using the plans at:
    ambigrid-review.blogspot(DOT)com

  16. #16 by abmod03 at August 26th, 2009

    I built my own Solar Panels for UNDER $100 that I am currently using to provide free electricity for my 1700 Square Foot home using the plans at:

    ambigrid-review.blogspot(DOT)com

  17. #17 by taraff1 at September 18th, 2009

    I built my own Solar Panels for UNDER $100 that I am currently using to power my entire 1700 Square Foot home using the plans at:

    ambigrid-review.blogspot(DOT)com

  18. #18 by taraff1 at September 29th, 2009

    I built my own solar panels for under $100 which currently power my 1700 Square Foot home using the plans at:

    ambigrid-review.blogspot(DOT)com

  19. #19 by scientificallygreene at September 30th, 2009

    Hey ,I was curios about Customization my websites. I am able to have someone else or perhaps myself customize it?

  20. #20 by taraff1 at October 1st, 2009

    I built my own Solar Panels for UNDER $100 which currently power my 1700 Square Foot Home using the plans at:

    ambigrid-review.blogspot(DOT)com

  21. #21 by 7501234 at October 3rd, 2009

    Whats the name of that part that measures the power produced..

  22. #22 by coalandnuclear at October 13th, 2009

    10k and it doesnt power everything in your house, so it will only take 10 years to pay itself off. it cheaper just to turn out the lights and unplug electronics. do what i did nest to all your light switch put in a power switch in each room. if not in the room turn the power off to it. ive saved any where from 10 to 30 dolars a month.

  23. #23 by abmod03 at October 17th, 2009

    I built my own Solar Panels for under $100 and a Solar Water Heater for UNDER $10 that are currently powering my 1700 Square Foot home! I used the simple plans at:

    ambigrid-review.blogspot(DOT)com

  24. #24 by UTubeGlennAR at November 19th, 2009

    Nice array, lots easier to clean n maintain than a roof mount.

    Congratulations…..

  25. #25 by tagaEskinita at December 15th, 2009

    I used solar power and cost is not a factor for me. I sometimes live in remote areas where power is not available. So its the only option. Its good to have a powered laptop in places with no electricity.

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