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This guy has got his head screwed on right if you ask me. I think he said his utility bill for the few electrical items still running on the grid is about $100 a year! He loves the fact he is saving energy and has a great deal of fun with this.
Overall, I am very happy with my purchase, and did not mind spending the $50 on the guide. However, I shouldn’t speak too highly of Green DIY Energy yet, because I haven’t finished the construction process of my solar panels, so there may still be some snags and problems that I haven’t foreseen.
Where do I get the materials? Although the guide does a nice job of telling and showing me what tools and materials I need, I wish it would tell me exactly where to purchase the materials. I assume that most of them can be found at Home Depot or someplace like that, but it would be nice if they pointed me towards websites where I could compare prices.
I recently got into the “green scene” and wanted to build my own panels. I purchased a DIY solar panel guide and was pleased with the clear cut directions and tutorial videos that came with it.
1. Skill- the acquisition of skill in DIY is self-paced, and depends largely on your enthusiasm for the task at hand. Enthusiasm translates to willingness- the willingness to finish tasks and the willingness to learn. If you’re just beginning with DIY, stick to small, doable projects that you know would be fun for you. Sustaining interest is also one key problem, so if you’re improving your house with your own two hands, make sure that the part of the house that you wish to alter won’t make you miserable after a few days.
DIY or do it yourself is a goal-oriented hobby initiated and completed by individuals or small groups. The basic premise is that if a person learns reasonably fast and knows how to apply basic skills to projects, then the person doesn’t have to hire other people to do the work for him.
Whatever you decide to do, enjoy going “green” and building your own DIY renewable energy system! It is a great project that the whole family can get in on. You’ll soon be saving plenty of money off of your energy bill and doing Mother Earth a big favor at the same time, by reducing your carbon emissions. You won’t regret it!
Earth 4 Energy came in second because they do not offer as many training videos (only have videos on 3 aspects of solar panel construction), and they do not offer an interactive forum.
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