Advances in solar technology have made many DIY-friendly products available to consumers, several of which will be hitting the market for the first time in 2011. These include solar water heaters, solar battery charging stations, solar powered lights, photovoltaic shingles that provide supplementary electricity, solar heat pumps, and solar panel kits that generate primary home electrical service. Among the step-by-step projects is a solar water heating system you can build and install yourself for under $1000; simple thermosyphon solar heat collectors for barns and outbuildings; or qheat grabbersq that you can fabricate for $50 in materials and position below a south-facing window to provide auxiliary winter heat.How to Put the Sun to Work in Your Home Eric Smith . a (continued) 1 Cover all junction boxes, then remove the bag from. OPTION: Attach a motion sensor. Some charge controllers come equipped with a motion sensor to maximize theanbsp;...
|Title||:||DIY Solar Projects|
|Publisher||:||Cool Springs Press - 2011-10-01|