19 thoughts on “Solar Power On A Budget”

  1. love your sisteme i ave oune in quebec whit golf cart bat and it work great i ave oune wind generator and 250watt of solar and it powers my light in permanance and a inverter fort my pellet stove in case of a power shut down but some time i use it for lowering down my power billwhit other aplyance but i intend to get more solar in the future tanks for sharing your video

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  2. Hi there, from sunny South Africa! I am just starting on the solar path myself. I really enjoy watching videos such as yours Sir! we really don't need all the fancy gadgets available out there, for solar installations. it's all about good, clean and affordable power for every single person! Thank you

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  3. Your voice is soft and the rise and fall brought the lows down so low I had to turn the volume up to 75% to understand the whole.
    You seriously need a collar mic.

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  4. Hello from Tauranga NZ really enjoyed your tour, When i get myself sorted i will share my system. its in the early stages Have 2 12v deep cycle batteries and 1 180w panel this is for my shed ( I do like having gadgets and so a different twist you, have ever My problem is the old in the winter months keeping my shed a an even temp so are working on the solution
    and thats where i have purchased from the web a wind turbine max 600 watts approx 17amp ac converted to DC 24v to reduce cost of wiring. and this will be connected to a small hot water cylinder which may or may not be installed in my shed and then connected to a iron radiator often found in rest homes or hospitals Needing a small on. My Dad has it in his home but heated by a italian diesel fire which uses a heat exhange system and pumped thru the house. and going back to my radiator i'm able to purchase a 12 v 300watt element from ebay for around $20 which will be wired direct to wind turbine or if i wish could be connected to a couple of panels. But since the wind turbine can work in the night hours when i need the shed to be warm, and keep my electrical equipment damp free.
    I fix and repair electrical things (Person with lots of DIY Skills) Hoping to show people what they can do with 12 volts. ( working on ideas for a website called Mr 12 volts..) Thanks for sharing your video and look forward to your need shed design and what you are going to use it for. My shed is 10sq Metres Cheers for now Ross

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  5. thank you  from San Francisco ,California that was good presentation. , I want to build my own panels someday when we move to fresno, when my wife retires .

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