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  • #62599
    GreenEnthusiast
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    Has anybody had any success with do-it-yourself solar power systems? I came across this website, https://www.creepyspammersolarpowerguides.com and I’m not sure what to make of it. Worth giving a try? Anybody have any experience with this type thing?

    Thanks in advance for any help/suggestions!

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    #64357
    Nick Rosen
    Keymaster

    Do not trust these sites.

    The worst ripoff I have found is in Australia – this site – todae.com.au. It is run by a bunch of liars. these people solar panels.

    #64368
    Nick Rosen
    Keymaster

    99% of these are garbage, but one or two of these are actually worth looking into. Keep us posted if you find more to watch out for. Cheers!

    #64452
    mcts 70-528
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    #64449
    elnav
    Member

    mcts 70-640. (weird name; what are you a MS engimeneer? < grin>

    I do not know if you work for FreesunPower or is just an enthusiastic supporter but I just reviewed their website. Several things ticked me off. The Calculations page requires Java script; something I cannot access with my Linux machine. So that part of the website is totally useless to me. Then I got into the section about batteries. What a load of drivel. Instead of having some journalism student who evidently writes a lot about the performing arts they should have a technical expert write the descriptions and then have some journalism student fix grammar, syntax, and spelling. The article was technically flawed and expressed an opinion not supported by facts. If I could rate that particular article I would give it an ‘F’ for failing to be technically correct.

    #64489
    elnav
    Member

    Apart from the fact this is a blatant attempt to gain free advertising from the discussion forum I did not see anything suitable on your website. All that I saw was directed to industrial installations. If you have anything suited to the small guy who is a DYIer please be more specific with your referrals. BTW just what is in it for you? This is the second time in a month you have posted what amounts to advertising in a discussion forum.

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