Earth 4 Energy - Solar Options

Answer this question - Do you want to save thousands

off the cost of solar panels? Of course you do!

You can now make solar panels at home!

You have probably read about it or seen it

on TV, but have you tried it yourself?


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You can reduce your power bill. By making your own solar panels and/or wind turbines you can combine them and significantly reduce your power bill, you can even eliminate it completely!


Save money by making your own solar panels rather than purchasing retail panels. Depending on the system size this alone can save you thousands!


Do your part for the environment! If you are looking for a way to go green then this is the perfect resource for you.


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Sunday, October 21, 2012

A Simple System - Check It Out!

A brief layout of my solar system that this gentleman added to his small house. This house is still hooked up to the grid. He uses it to run all the lights in his home and the tv, every day. He is able to run anything up to 1000 watts if needed.

Monday, January 9, 2012


Courtesy of Skyline Solar
Solar cells can produce 10 times more electricity per gram of silicon thanks to this system, which concentrates sunlight on the cells with the help of parabolic troughs and a tracking system that keeps them pointed at the sun. Concentrated sunlight ordinarily causes solar cells to overheat, impairing their performance, but this system uses heat sinks and convection to prevent that problem. The reflective troughs, a type already used in solar thermal plants that concentrate sunlight to make steam and drive turbines, can be made in high volume at low prices.
Product: High Gain Solar 1000
Cost: Depends on installation
Availability: Now
Company: Skyline Solar