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Tuesday, October 30, 2012

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 Are you looking to save money on your power bill? Are you sick and tired of paying the high cost of your electric bills? Are you thinking of different options available to you that will help you lower your high power bills?

When asking the power company for assistance and information on Solar Power they say sure, we can help you, but it will cost you an arm and a leg. If you do your research you will find that you can build your own Solar Power Panel System yourself for a fraction of the cost. The power companies don't want you to know about this secret and will try to charge you thousands of dollars to install it. All the materials you need to build your own solar panel system can be bought at your nearest hardware store and shoped-online.

Most of us don't think much about where our electricity comes from, only that it's available and plentiful. Electricity generated by burning fossil fuels such as coal, oil and natural gas, emits carbon dioxide, nitrogen oxides and sulfur oxides -- gases scientists believe contribute to climate change. Solar thermal (heat) energy is a carbon-free, renewable alternative to the power we generate with fossil fuels like coal and gas.

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Purchase a solar power kit. Your purpose for building a solar power kit will dictate the kit type and price range. For example, a very basic solar power educational kit for students can be purchased, as of December 2010, online for less than $10. However, if the kit is being constructed to take a home or business "off the grid" (meaning, making the facility or home unreliant on electricity being provided from a power plant), the kit could cost several thousand dollars. In fact, a One-Megawatt Commercial Solar Power Kit that can provide enough free power for a large factory can be purchased, as of December 2010, for $3.6 Million. This may seem like a hefty price tag, but keep in mind, you'll never have another power outage or bill again.

How to Build a Solar Power Kit

Solar power technology harnesses energy from the sun and converts it into a usable power source. There are several types of solar power technology, including solar cells, solar water heaters and solar furnaces -- all of which have the ability to turn solar energy into a completely free and inexhaustible fuel source. Consumers interested in using, or even simply learning about, solar power can build their own solar power device using one of the many available solar power kits available on the market today.

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