solar power energy -Solar Power

November 18, 2012 – 6:21 pm

** This is how to protect our pets in particularly cold nights in winter. The heating consumes 16 W. During the summer, or whenever you do not need to expend the energy for heating, I use this system to charge mobile phones, batteries, cameras, etc. If you are interested in knowing how to set up a system of zero you might want to check out my other videos:

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  1. 3 Responses to “solar power energy -Solar Power”

  2. Great system and idea! You can’t be too prepared for power outages. Plus you have to keep the pets warm. I’ve lost power in four floods, one tornado and an ice storm, lol!

    By MrOtterdude on Nov 18, 2012

  3. Population density in Switzerland is very high and the turbines are kind of unpopular. I really enjoy experimenting with alternative energy and having a backup system for situations with poweroutage is a plus also.

    By trilobit00 on Nov 18, 2012

  4. Pretty cool, lol! In my neck of the woods, there’s a big push to install wind turbines. They’re going up all over the countryside.

    By MrOtterdude on Nov 18, 2012

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