home solar power -How to Solar Power Your Home / House #2 – How to save energy / electricity for solar power

November 15, 2014 – 12:22 am

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  1. 25 Responses to “home solar power -How to Solar Power Your Home / House #2 – How to save energy / electricity for solar power”

  2. you’re a brilliant , you know
    thanks alot 

    By omar yousef on Nov 15, 2014

  3. Been using Solar, LED and blinds, and still want to try more energy saving

    By Jone Montelibano on Nov 15, 2014

  4. So many multimeters… are you trying to make up for something? Nice vid

    By chimeranzl on Nov 15, 2014

  5. If you feel compelled to have to show off your collection of multimeters it
    means that you need to re-evaluate your skills before you go public and
    sound like a yo yo.

    By ΜΟΛΩΝ ΛΑΒΕ on Nov 15, 2014

  6. How to Solar Power Your Home / House #2 – How to save energy / electricity
    for solar power

    By Author Kevin Banker on Nov 15, 2014

  7. whats the best longest lasting LED lights you have found for the price.

    By Jeremie Small on Nov 15, 2014

  8. solar power is ridiculously expensive.. it is only worth it if you can’t
    connect to the grid.. the idea you get free power is absurd.. my system
    cost over $6000 for a 1000 watt worth of panels, a charge controller, a
    1100 AH battery bank and an inverter/charger… that’s $100 a month for 5
    years worth of hardly any power..

    By MrMeanderthal on Nov 15, 2014

  9. This guy is like Power Saving Superman haha, but really great job with
    handy and relevant information

    By Anthony De Souza on Nov 15, 2014

  10. For best results use a 120 volt battery bank with a 120 volt DC to AC

    By wb6iaq1 on Nov 15, 2014

  11. Good analysis, but don’t forget about electric washers, dryers, dish
    washers, ovens, AC, computers, surround sound systems, room fans, hair
    dryers, outdoor lighting, etc. Lots of electric devices, but that equates
    to lots of savings. I’m in the process of buying a new home and will be
    buying all energy star appliances, consumer electronics, and led lighting.
    I estimate that going all-energy efficient in the home will equate to a 50%
    savings in electricity usage.

    By Two Niner on Nov 15, 2014

  12. I have seen a couple of your tutorials and I enjoyed every one of them.
    Somehow we seem to have the same interests, and background. I have done a
    small solar light system at my braai with remote on, off. And done a few
    Arduino projects. I too have been in the IT technical trade for over 15
    years. And I must say there is lots more I want to do, but life is just too
    short. Thanks for your video`s. Regards, Centurion S.A.

    By Leslie Pieterse on Nov 15, 2014

  13. By metzenw100 on Nov 15, 2014

  14. Mau Hemat … Please You Must watch this video, Chek it out PART 2

    By Vidra Ramdhony on Nov 15, 2014

  15. Get some LED bulb of ebay from china. bulk buy and it only costs a few
    quid.Make sure you get the warm light 7 watt min. they saved my battery
    bank.Them low pressure sodiums are waste of time. thank god. I did my whole
    house for £30

    By Damian Butterworth on Nov 15, 2014

  16. Future Energy

    By tahir mahmood butt on Nov 15, 2014

  17. where do i get a good quality of solar panels, i dont wanna buy chinese

    By pitshou mbongo on Nov 15, 2014

  18. By ayman shalata on Nov 15, 2014

  19. I can still have power even if my solar panels cells are not working catch
    idea *freeenergygeneration.pixub.* *com*

    By Wilkinson Criag C. on Nov 15, 2014

  20. All the stuff in the background makes it seem as if it is difficult to
    install and maintain solar panels. 

    By ncedwards82 on Nov 15, 2014

  21. Use some common sense.why use solar panels,wind power or Etc to save
    money if your making payments on a 40 thousand dollar car or truck and
    insurance on it and making a house payment of 1000 to 2000 dollars a
    month.Makes no money saving sense.

    By ilililhy1 on Nov 15, 2014

  22. Awesome info. Very thorough!

    By Barryann Peters on Nov 15, 2014

  23. I need a very smart man like you in my life

    By RABBIT fatrabbit on Nov 15, 2014

  24. Wonderful contribution here. 

    By robert hoagland on Nov 15, 2014

  25. Hi, Mark. I followed your videos and built myself 14 panels. 12 are now
    installed on my array and giving me about 14+kwatts. i will be making two
    more to increase it to 16 panels.Please see my array
    *aboutsolarcells.comxa.* *com* and post any suggestion or comments.

    By ferfev lodtrud on Nov 15, 2014

  26. Great video, very nice & clear explanations.
    How does thin film compare to solar panels?

    By Ronnie Dear on Nov 15, 2014

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