Wednesday, September 16, 2009

Residential Solar Home Tour in Westlake Village, California

ATTN: Southern California (Los Angeles and Ventura County) residents.

Solar Electrical Systems of Westlake Village is hosting a FREE guided tour of 5 efficient solar homes in the Conejo Valley. The tour will be from 10:30 am to 1:30 pm, Saturday, October 3, 2009.

Westlake village is located at the Ventura County and Los Angeles County line just off the the 101 freeway.

For more information on the Free Guided Solar Home Tour, contact
Solar Electrical Systems in Westlake Village at 805-497-9808

Tuesday, August 25, 2009

The electric grid is “turned off” and Nigeria is facing a power blackout.

Nigeria News:

Nigerians are facing more power blackouts, not by natural disaster but by suspected militants. The Utorogo Gas Plant, operated by shell petroleum is now wasted and power in Nigeria has dropped to 1,400 megawatts. It needs approximately 7000 for a stable electric grid. (Read full story - opens in a new window)

It's very unfortunate these incidents have and continue to take place, natural or not they are a prime example of “light out”. They should remind us how we can better prepare ourselves NOW and plan for emergency electricity, but more importantly, of how much humans need to change in order to survive.

I hope for the best to everyone affected by Nigeria’s energy crisis. Let’s hope their power, solar or not, is restored soon.

Read Nigerian News Online at NaijaFeed

Monday, August 24, 2009

A Washington solar power plant has hit a major roadblock – The cost has tripled.

An initial estimate for Kittitas County’s first photovoltaic plant was approximately $100 million but the cost has since risen to at least $300 million. That is drastically higher than previously thought. To top that, Northwest Power and Conservation Council have upped the annie to approximately $525 to $750 Million! (read the full article)


The cost of manufacturing solar panels is not cheap but there is an alternative and suffice to call it cheap solar panels. Do it yourself solar panels can be manufactured for around $200 bucks. Compare that to a whopping $300 million Plus your monthly bill.

DIY solar panels can
  • Virtually obliterate your power bill
  • Save you money
  • Turn a profit!
Learn more about do it yourself residential solar panels.

proposed Kittitas solar plant would include 400,000 photovoltaic panels that would convert sunlight into electricity; enough to power 45,000 homes.

Tuesday, August 18, 2009

Residential Solar Panels – Are solar panels feasible for residential use?

Yes! Solar Panels are realistic for residential use and they are skyrocketing in popularity. Not only because you virtually wipe out your electric bill but because you are making an investment in true sustainable housing. Building and living in an efficient solar home is by far one of the best investments and decisions you can make.

Think of the future generations who inherit (if you will) our decisions and actions regarding earth’s environment. What if we don’t change now and our actions are of no benefit to our environment but only for selfish ways. What will their very possible future hold if we don’t change NOW?

We CAN change the future. Learn how at Earth4Energy.

“Well great, I’d love to live in a solar powered home but residential solar panels are just so darn expensive and besides, I'd rather buy a solar power kit and built it myself. I can't just whip out $5,000.“

Truth be told, solar panels can be built for much cheaper than you might think -- and better yet, most if not all of the parts can be purchased at your local hardware store. Sweet!

Let me ask you a quick question. How much to you think it will cost to build a solar panel? Seriously now think about it. Do you think residential solar panels worth the cost?

I initially thought it would cost about $1,500 to build a solar panel and the long and short term benefits are just too much to mention here. The information I discovered really surprised me. I guarantee you they are much cheaper than you think.

Find out how much DIY residential solar panels cost and how they can significantly benefit you by visiting Earth4Energy. (Free videos and vital solar panel information)

Wednesday, August 12, 2009

How can living in a efficient solar home save you from a major headache?

Imagine for a second your local power company has "turned off" the power. Not because you didn't pay your bill but due to a security issue or a natural disaster; and to top off you are not living in an energy efficient solar home.

  • What would you do?
  • How would you communicate when the batteries in your phones and laptops died?
  • How would you keep your food fresh?

These are serious questions that need to be considered if you and your family are to be prepared for such an unfortunate disaster.

Now really imagine for a minute or two that you DO live in a efficient solar home. You can access the internet, keep your food fresh, and you are still in communication with the rest of the world.

Here are a few key benefits of living in a efficient solar home
  • Reduce your power bill
  • Do your part for the environment
Now, if you are ready to learn the secrets of building your own solar energy I welcome you to Visit Earth4Energy.

You will also learn how much money you can save, plus a nice little tip on how to make a nice profit. Visit Earth4Energy here.

Thank you and blessings,