SOLAR — POWER OF THREE

April 29, 2011 by  
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Green energy is the new status symbol. Solar energy is free, clean, and limitless and it is all yours when you install a solar energy system. Solar Homeowners are proud to own homes and business that produce no pollution and conserve natural resources.

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25 Responses to “SOLAR — POWER OF THREE”
  1. wrightylaaad says:

    why is it so damm expensive

  2. Lanny615 says:

    I designed a small solar system as a hobby and its working fine. By next year this time, i hope to be off the grid completely. Greetings from sunny Jamaica.

  3. Sonyoooo3 says:

    Nice video and information specially the hot water being collect in a water tank just like thermo-bottle that holds the heat longer i have even try ice on it and the cold drinks holds long enought to finnish all the water or juice in the water thermo-bottle.

  4. GreenEnergyAble says:

    Thank You for the post.Valuable info on green energy.

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  5. saiteris says:

    What about winter?

  6. saiteris says:

    How much would the full system just for electricity cost ? off grid

  7. MrEnergyCzar says:

    Great video…I converted my home to a net-zero solar powered home that uses no oil or gas…I made a video about it called, “Preparing for Peak Oil”….

  8. xSeriox4 says:

    ?? Looks great. How much money for the whole installation around the house.

  9. pacificcresttrans says:

    Solar power is a clean renewable resource with zero emission. It has tremendous potential for energy generation and this energy can be harnessed using a variety of devices. With technological developments, solar energy can easily be harnessed for both industrial and domestic use. Companies like Pacific Crest Transformers are actively involved in the renewable energy sector. It has some very educative articles on the renewable energy sector in the United States. Do visit their website

  10. Rajan12ful says:

    nice video for info

  11. MrShufflez691 says:

    solar panels are the most expensive thing out.. it would be crazy to find that someone could supply that amount of money for all of this stuff.. but then again.. it would be pretty cool to have it in the household..

  12. TheTerminator248 says:

    expensive,but worth it

  13. BostonSportsGuy567 says:

    I’m probably going to sound dumb asking this, but will the “solar hot water” concept still work if the air temperature is cold but there is still sunlight?

  14. henrykay01 says:

    I invented a breakthrough source of energy, which contradicts the law of conservation of energy. I have a PROOF that there are electrodynamic phenomena which contradict the law of energy conservation. It will cost about $1200 to make a 6 kW generator in mass production. Value of the energy produced yearly about $5400. I am looking for $300 000 for a prototype and for $3M for patents.
    H. Tomasz Grzybowski
    tel. +48-512-933-540

  15. henrykay01 says:

    I invented a breakthrough source of energy which violates the law of conservation of energy. I have a PROOF that there are electrodynamic phenomena which violate the law of energy conservation. Making a 6 kW generator will cost $1200 in mass production, value of energy produced yearly $5400.
    I am looking for $300 000 for a prototype and $3M for patents.
    H. Tomasz Grzybowski
    tel. +48-512-933-540

  16. henrykay01 says:

    I invented a breakthrough source of energy which violates the law of energy conservation. I have a PROOF (based on the Maxwell’s equations) that there are electrodynamic phenomena which violate the law of energy conservation. Making a 6kW generator will cost $1200 in mass production, value of the energy produced YEARLY $5400. I am looking for $6M for a prototype and patents, min. $50M for small scale production.
    H. Tomasz Grzybowski
    tel. +48-512-933-540

  17. swunt10 says:

    @BostonSportsGuy567 yes, because is isolated. the light heats the water(the heating system). but of course there are losses through the isolation, but who cares the sunlight already heats it up in the same moment until you use the water and its starting again.

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    information. If you want a Free energy machine do a search in youtube for the LT MAGNET MOTOR , Join the

    revolution!

  19. lutherarao says:

    Free energy is finaly here!But there are very powerfull forces that want to supress the technology,if you want a real Free energy Magnet Motor, get the blueprints at LT-MAGNET-MOTORdotCOM ,Be the revolution!

  20. prop23FAIL says:

    We need green jobs!!! We need to invest in the Green sector

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  21. SOLARTRADERdotCA says:

    @BostonSportsGuy567 Many people ask this questions. Myself, living in Ontario, have wondered how solar water heating systems will work in the winter. They actually work surprisingly well with the addition of Glycol (an anti-freeze). This is because of the reflective nature of snow (if present) and the well insulated modules. On a sunny day during winter it can usually provide all typical household hot water needs from what I have seen in Ontario.

  22. trippinlikegod says:

    It’s not actually true they have to pay you the same rate. The electric company will give you a FAR reduced rate per/kWh than you pay when you sell it back. This is easily researched.

  23. kennethvanhorn says:

    take those panels and put them in the basement.first you take a parabolic solar concentrator and put an robotic arm on it to follow the suns path.then make the focal point a mirrored shape cone that will send the light down through mirrored glass tubing straight into a mirrored shape glass box inside the mirrored shape box will be several solar panels that spin to keep them cool the mirrored box must have the mirrors inward to reflect the light sending from the parabolic focal point.ken van horn

  24. OTGinNYC says:

    “at the same price they were happy to sell it to you.” LOL! Great line!

  25. veiakas says:

    Wtf, pool, spa? What about keeping your food cool in the ridge at night?

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