Green Power made Easy Review

By Solar energy | September 23, 2014

Price Comparison Renogy

Quick comparison between Two Harbor Freight “45 watt” 3 panel sets and a “100 watt” Monocrystalline panel from Renogy. the Renogy can be purchased new for $150-$180 dollars ($1.50 to $1.80 a watt!). HFT panels are about $4.00 a watt. Renogy panel has 18% conversion efficiency. HFT panels are 6%. i love harbor freight solar panels but at this point the way to go is with a panel like the one that Renogy sells. can be bought on Amazon for $179.99 or on Ebay for $150.00 (new). at that price you could get 10 of them (1KW system) for only $1500. included in the video is basic info. on how to figure out how many batteries to use for any given system. basic rule is to use one deep cycle battery for every 2 to 6 amps your system produces. conclusion: since $150 to $180 is the average price for the 45 watt set from harbor freight (and you can now get a high power 100 watt Monocrystalline panel for the same price; i have to recommend buying the Monocrystalline panels if you can. it had free shipping too

Topics: solar energy advantages | No Comments »

Facts About Solar Energy and Sun

By Solar energy | September 20, 2014

Renogy is a renewable energy company that consists of three branches- solar, LED technology, and biomass. This company strives to produce high quality products that are affordable, so everyone has greater access to clean energy.

Topics: solar energy advantages | 1 Comment »

Renogy Solar System (Off the Grid)

By Solar energy | September 17, 2014

Solar Backups

In this video I discuss taking my Aquaponic BackYard System off the grid. I had a power failure and did not want this to happen with a full tank of valuable fish. Setting up the Renogy Solar System was extremely easy.
Renogy is a renewable energy company that consists of three branches- solar, LED technology, and biomass. This company strives to produce high quality products that are affordable, so everyone has greater access to clean energy.

The equipment used was:
Renogy Solar Pannel (2)
RV Batter (deep cycle) UB121000
An Inverter (Convert Power from the battery to power the Pump)

Topics: solar energy advantages | No Comments »

Free Energy: Disadvantages of Solar Energy

By Solar energy | September 16, 2014

DIY solar panels.  You might want to go this route, but I prefer to buy from reputable companies like Renogy or Grape Solar.  But if you like to get out the soldering gun, be my guest! :o0

Topics: solar energy advantages | No Comments »

« Previous Entries