so I just purchased the Green DIY Energy guide. I’ve been reading up on
renewable energy, solar and wind, specifically, and I’ve also been
interested in building a system for my home. I know I could outsource a
professional team to build everything, but I like to do things myself
and save the money.
So….after scouring the Internet for DIY
solar energy help, I found Green DIY Energy, along with several other
DIY solar panel construction guides. I chose to go with Green DIY Energy
because it seemed to have good content, especially the video series
that came with it.
The Green DIY Energy guide cost $49.97, and it says I’ll be able to build my own solar panel system for under $200. And, as of right now, I believe it. I’ve already skimmed the manual and watched the first introduction video where the host goes over all the parts and materials, and I’m sure I’ll be able to purchase everything for under $200. I’m not convinced that is going to cut my energy bills in half; the solar panel system looks relatively small, but it will be a good start.
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Here’s what I’m most happy about Green DIY Energy
right now: I can tell that creators of the guide actually want you to
understand how solar energy works, and put a lot of time into the guides
and videos. I’m a relatively quick learner, and even with now prior
knowledge of solar panel construction, I don’t think I’m going to have a
problem with it. The guide is very extensive and I love the videos,
those will be the most helpful part for me.
The Green DIY Energy
videos are shot in very good quality, and the host is very clear and
easy to follow. He doesn’t assume you already know all about DIY solar
panel construction. There are 6 videos, starting from the solar panel
construction introduction, and going through the entire construction
process. They are professionally done, and I’m sure they will be my main
source of instruction.
The negatives of Green DIY Energy that stick out to me immediately are these:
wish it told me where to get the materials. It does a nice job of
laying out exactly what parts and materials I will need, but it doesn’t
tell me where to purchase them. But it really isn’t that big of a deal,
most everything I’m sure I can find at Lowe’s or Home Depot, but I wish
it told me where to find the photovoltaic cells. But with a little
Internet shopping, I should find them easily.
The guide does refer
to a Green DIY Energy online shop, where everything can be purchased,
but it is still in the construction process. Hopefully they will
complete it soon.
Honestly, there aren’t any other real negative
points jumping out at me during my initial review. I’m sure that as I
get further into the process negatives will appear. When they do, I’ll
let you know about them!
But, overall, I am definitely happy with
my purchase, and am ready to get started on the project! I’ll keep you
informed of my progress.
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