Solar Energy Basics for Your Home A basic explanation of how your solar panels for your home will work… This video answers the question, “How is solar energy used?” Copyright © 2007 BSW

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  1. #1 by rkamesh1986 at June 29th, 2010

    very nice to see

  2. #2 by rkamesh1986 at June 29th, 2010

    very nice

  3. #3 by ishu6789 at June 29th, 2010

    Great video. we can really save lot of money using this system..This video is very useful and informative.Thanks for sharing.

  4. #4 by laskagal at June 29th, 2010

    Very interesting. Love the idea of making clean energy.

  5. #5 by samsungselvan at June 29th, 2010

    Very useful information about Solar Energy. Thanks for sharing with us.

  6. #6 by supriyashahban at June 29th, 2010

    That’s very nice….. i like the idea which is given by you…
    Can you send me some pictures or video…. i like to see these kind of video’s which will educate the people

  7. #7 by subramonian51 at June 29th, 2010

    great video.nice

  8. #8 by qwert261416 at June 29th, 2010

    breif information abou solar panels but very important.good

  9. #9 by thiyagu7ify at June 29th, 2010

    Very useful video about how to save current by using solar energy through panels. It is very informative and very useful for the world

  10. #10 by vibes250 at June 29th, 2010

    It’s a great video.I like it.It’s fantastic.

  11. #11 by qwert261416 at June 29th, 2010

    very useful information about solar panels

  12. #12 by sivavijay2009 at June 29th, 2010

    superb educational video, Very useful for my students , please send me these kind of videos

  13. #13 by 68catillac at June 29th, 2010

    Where do I sign up? Are co-ops in the midwest participating in this?

  14. #14 by captainmorgan789 at July 1st, 2010

    what happens if it is cloudy or rains in excess for long periods of time.. does it cost more to draw power from the grid? and to you have “rollover” power?

  15. #15 by sunwindproducts at July 6th, 2010

    very very basic sunwindproducts

  16. #16 by 240SSONLY at July 7th, 2010

    GOOD MAN… NOT MANY KNOW about selling electricity back to the MAN… the reason why there are power outs all the time… is because we suck electricity as much as we produce it from out stations… EVERY HOME SHOULD NOW BE A POWER STATION

    go free energy… go green power…. go DC current!!!!!

  17. #17 by solarcellsforsale at July 19th, 2010


  18. #18 by XdontUworryX at July 27th, 2010

    @captainmorgan789 You charge batteries.
    If it isn’t sunny, it will most likely be windy.
    I don’t think I’ve ever felt a still rainy day.
    If you can be creative and clever you can figure out all sorts of ways to create your own energy.
    It might not power your whole house constantly without you having to make some minor lifestyle changes concerning how you use electricity, but if you do this you do it for the environment not for yourself and not to “stick it to the man”.

  19. #19 by fatony26 at July 28th, 2010

    @captainmorgan789 it costs the same as it normally would to run your utilities. If it rains too much where you are at you might find a generator for a creek if u live next to one or look into wind power.

  20. #20 by 1foxtrot70 at July 29th, 2010

    No one alternative energy production scheme is going to provide 100% of your needs this is why you MUST evaluate the resources of your area. For example here in the Des Moines, Iowa area wind is our principle green energy resource followed by sun. There are a few but not many cloudy, windless days. We in the midwest, are considered the Saudia Arabia of wind power generation. When a system is constructed where the components complement eachother then you have the best of both worlds!

  21. #21 by mitchellglendontan1 at August 9th, 2010

    how doi save this video to upload it?

  22. #22 by rethinksolarpower at August 15th, 2010

    @mitchellglendontan1 What do you want to save it for? I can help you out, but I would like to know what you want to use my video for.

  23. #23 by scott1506 at August 16th, 2010

    so do you need to have batterys in your home to store power when its not used or does it just roll back the meter?

  24. #24 by sndd0138 at August 20th, 2010

    @mitchellglendontan1 if you use firefox then you can download an application called “Unplug”. it lets you download any video from any website.

  25. #25 by TheSteelGeneral at September 9th, 2010


    … is what your average RepubliKKKan’t voter is thinking right now. They hate solar power cos they think it’s French(=bad), European (=worse) and treehuggerish (=cowardly), and it doesn’t make LOUD BANGING NOISES, so …
    Your typical repuKKKe voter distrust any form of energy that does NOT involve wholesale destruction of nature. They think that’s weak. YAH!

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