Lana Archer: you guys are awesome. thank you so much for showing me how to do this I was just about to drop 3000 on a kit, but I can totally make this and the casing. Again thank you!
Off Grid Shack (Age): It is just as cheap or cheaper to buy them.
Jorge Cordeiro: Fique na mesma
Lyes Hamzaoui: hi everyone ,if anyone else is searching for how to build a solar panel for your home try "Samtawkes DIY Solar Panels" (should be on google have a look ) ? Ive heard some amazing things about it and my work buddy got amazing success with it.
wilsonhwt2: Not certain about the points made but ,if anyone else needs to find out about how to build solar panels try "Samtawkes DIY Solar Panels" ( search on google ) ? Ive heard some amazing things about it and my brother in law got excellent results with it.
Solahart Bundaberg: Great Video
Screww Googlle: Nice job Dan and Denise....you made a great video....overlook all of the no class comments...these fools are everywhere on YouTube ! Good stuff Thanks !
joy happy: 100 quadrillion Btu = US annual energy consumption 3412 BTUs = 1 kWh 100 quadrillion Btu = about 30 trillion KWh
US annual energy consumption = about 30 trillion KWh
5 kWh array = 25 solar panels 30 trillion KWh = 150 trillion solar panels
US annual energy consumption = 150 trillion solar panels
size of a typical solar panel = 18 sq. ft. 150 trillion solar panels * 18 sq. feet = 2.7 quadrillion sq. feet surface of earth = about 197 million sq. miles 197 million sq. miles = 1.04 billion sq. feet 2.7 quadrillion sq. feet/1.04 billion sq. feet = 2.6 million earths
For the US annual energy consumption to be covered by solar panel power energy output, YOU WOULD NEED A SOLAR PANEL ARRAY THAT WOULD BE LARGE ENOUGH TO COVER 2.6 MILLION EARTH SURFACES.
Carl Nel: This has absolutely buggerall to do with making your own PV solar cells. These sods (pun intended) are just SODDERING, soldering (note the LD after O instead of DD) in the English language, PV cells to form a larger panel.
Noble karen1: where can i buy these solar cell chips in Thailand.please?
Namaegaaru: You are in your rights to disable the comments. I am far more interested in what you two have to teach versus many comments I find offensive and contentedly ignorant. Thank you very much for this video.
Seth Santillan: Awesome.. thank you so much for pointing out what we need to start making your own solar panel.. it really help a lot!
Kiki Lang: Can't you test the cell before you hook them together?Are you testing the connections?