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Homemade Solar Cells - What To Look For When Buying A Solar Panel Guide

It is pretty hard to imagine that not long ago, people would consider you mad for embarking on a homemade solar panel project. The advance in technology coupled with ever increasing oil prices has meant that many people have now built there own panels and are creating free energy for their homes. Not only are people building their own homemade solar panels, they are building them quickly with the aid of step by step guides. The better guides have videos to accompany them so that you can make sure that your homemade solar panel project is progressing in line with the instructions given in the guide.

The cost of building your own DIY solar panel is come down in the recent years. You should budget for around $200 dollars per panel if you are willing to hunt around for the materials. Not a bad investment when you factor in the savings on electricity and the carbon footprint reduction. I love opening my electricity bills just to see how much I have really saved.

Harnessing the power of the sun is one of the most effective ways of creating free and renewable energy. You may be thinking that DIY solar power plans require a degree in science and a shed full of tools. However, you will be simply amazed at how easy solar cells are to construct using simple materials that you can often purchase at your local electrical stores.

A really good homemade solar energy guide will make sure that you are helping the environment rather than adding to your carbon foot print with an efficient panel! You will be amazed at how quickly you will learn the skills required to make the panels and get the system up and running.

Is there any time to waste? Not sure where to start? Hunt around for a guide and you can get started in no time at all!

Senate Lawmakers See Opportunity To Revamp Energy Policy (Huffington post)

* Last energy bill was in 2007, before shale energy boom

* Senators aim to balance jobs with environmental protections

* Wyden favors effort to share royalty revenues with states

* Says tax reform should put renewables, fossils on equal footing

By Roberta Rampton

WASHINGTON, Nov 15 (Reuters) - The United States needs to update its energy
policy to reflect the boom in natural gas and oil production that has boosted
manufacturing jobs, said the top Democrat on the Senate energy committee on

Ron Wyden, who is in line to take over the panel's gavel in January, said he
sees the opportunity for "transformative energy policy" to both spur jobs
created by the newfound wealth of energy while also protecting air and water
from pollution.

But Wyden and Lisa Murkowski, the top Republican on the committee, who spoke
at an event held by CQ Roll Call, provided few details on the shape new energy
legislation would take.

But they stressed they wanted to work together on legislation that would
strike a balance between economic development and job creation, and
environmental protection.

"We feel really strongly about checking the gridlock at the door, working
together on, in particular modernizing our ...

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