Living in a Solar Powered House- Unique Week Day 3

Living in a Solar Powered House- Unique Week Day 3

Having solar panels on your roof and being on the city power grid gives you the best of both worlds. A lot of the time you can know that most of the power you are using in your home is being created from the sunlight on your roof. And at night the lights and TV still work- as you are now using power from the city. Economically putting in a home solar installation is only advantageous if there are rebates and incentives to help offset the cost, but you can always do it anyways if you feel it is the right thing to do.

17 Comments on “Living in a Solar Powered House- Unique Week Day 3”

  1. Turn On Green with Solar energy.i have become energy independent and made my house 100% protected from blackout and made some steps to reduce carbon footprint and improve environment by putting solar panels on my roof by simply following the DIY home energy quick tips.I would recommend everyone to follow the tips to take a initiative to save our mother earth.

  2. Your math is off. there is no way you would only have a $29.16 electric bill every month with out solar. $350.00 a year savings? If you are going to share your solar experience please use the right math. This is very misleading and no way accurate.

  3. That dude has no idea at how lightning works or where it comes from that lightning arrester as he puts it does not stop lighting if it hits the house that's system dissipate static electricity that promotes lightning strikes if lightning struck that house it would blow the goddamn off the foundation

  4. To make it simpler without the math if your normal electric bill paying to the electric company would normally be $340 a month or $360 a month but with your solar panels it's only $40 a month or $60 a month then you take the other other $300 that you normally pay the electric company and put it in a piggy bank every month and in 10 months that $300 they keep putting in the piggy bank would equal $3,000 and only 10 months so in about 14 or 15 months it would be $5,000 and it would pay off your solar panel $5,000 bill and just 14 or 15 months this is a simplest way I can tell you about the math without your solar panels your electric bill will be $340 or $360 but now it's only $40 or $60 so that means the other 300 goes in the piggy bank and $300 in a piggy bank for 10 months it would be $3,000 for another 4 months or 5 months which would be a total of 15 months would equal well over $5,000 in your piggy bank how much more simpler can I make it you're saying that will take 12 years of pay off the $5,000 solar panel bill no more like 12 or 14 months not 12 or 14 years so your math has to be wrong somewhere it was a nice video though

  5. And your bill said it's only $30 to and you normally would have paid 330 since you're saving $300 a month $300 a month times 10 months is $3,000 and that's 10 months in a 12-month year so your solar panels $5,000 would be paid off in less than 12 months not 12 years

  6. I think your math is wrong if it only cost $5,000 after rebates of government only $5,000 for the solar panels and system and you're getting $350 a month every month benefit from your solar panels electricity coming in $350 a month times 10 months is $3,500 so 14 or 16months would do to you $5,000 worth of electricity that you would have normally have paid to the electric company but you get from solar panels!!! So a year-and-a-half maybe why would you say 12 years that's just crazy the math is wrong and you said on the average year you only get $350 with electricity no That math is wrong with a 3000 Watt solar panel system every single sunny day you're getting about $350 with electricity every month not year! I took two years electrical wiring at two years Electronics!!! And I have solar panels myself! Your 3000 Watts of solar panels system means it's giving you 3000 Watts every hour that's 3 kilowatt hours every hour in the summertime when the sunshine strong for 10 hours so that's 3 kilowatts an hour's every single hour of your 10 hour day for 10 hours which is 30 kilowatt hours in one sunny day! And you have 30 days in a month 30 days * 30 kilowatt hour every single sunny day is 600 to 900 kilowatt hour and I know you use less far less than 600 to 900 kilowatt hour, a 3000 watt solar panel system, produces 3000w all day long in the summer 10 hours of strong Sun means 10 hours of 3000w times 10 hours 30 kilowatt hours in one 10 hours sunny day!!!!! is 30 that's 3 kilowatt hours per hour * 10 hours sunny summer day, equals 30 kilowatts a day and if you have 20 sunny days in the summer out of the 30 day month then that will be 20 days * 30 kilowatt hours which would equal 600 kilowatt hours in the average house is between 400 and 600 kilowatt-hours! Remember electric power is also measured through the time it's being used or the times being stored or put back in the system either someone is ripping you off name of the electric company or your math is totally wrong

  7. I had a new install 2018 which is not comparable without any Gov grants as therea are none here. The install of 20 panels for 5KW cost about 7500 USD and I expect I will see a return in less than 5 years. Saying that, prices have dropped and where I live Thailand we are in a better place for solar energy. Saying that solar systems have improved and now I think even where I came from Canada "The great white north" you could recoup your investment in 10 years.

  8. So it still needs to be connected to bigger electricity network in case of rainy days…

    Thanks for the helpful video.

  9. Per chi non ci pensa al futuro questo è un risparmio di energia ,ma posso dire che pensa anche di non inquinare,È ECOLOGICO!

  10. What a joke! 1600watts will run a hair dryer. How do you cook with wood or gas not very green? One stove heating elements consumes 3000 watts. Keep dreaming you're going to save the world.

  11. Don't worry about the haze you're not creating. Weather wars are creating the pink glow in the atmosphere, you know the pink glow we now see around the moon and we have no idea how that will affect the world but that's OK. Hate to break your bubble but global warming is a money making monopoly that's all. Also, in some states it is illegal to use the solar energy when the power grid is turned off. Ridiculous ha.

  12. If your college has built a solar home, after you are done with it in Denver, I ask you to please air lift it to Puerto Rico Oct 14, so carpenters can copy it & make thousands of copies to rebuild PR.   Youtube: Paul8kangas,  dr8kangas    It costs less to live in a solar home, because by passing a Solar Payment Policy requires Utilities, not the gov., the Utilities pay $0.99 kwh to solar homeowners.   This gives more power to the working class to generate energy, & so shuts down all nukes, gas, oil & coal.

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