Four operational off-grid DIY homemade solar generators (generador)

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October 25, 2017 – Don’t have electricity? Hurricanes and storms knock your power out? (think Puerto Rico, Texas, Florida). Gas and diesel fuel for traditional generators ALWAYS comes up short after a disaster or storm. These four solar generators I have designed do not use a drop of fuel…only the sun. Here is an overview of all the creations I made throughout the years. Micro, small, medium, and large (home) solar generators. All working, all making power. Note, NONE of these builds happened overnight. Lots of mistakes, lots of re-do’s, and lots of wasted $$$. I stated doing solar in 2013 after the F5 tornado wiped out hundreds of houses. I lost power for a week…used a small MSW inverter attached to my truck. Had to start it up (was killing the battery). I scratched my head and started using solar. Started with one panel, one SCC, one inverter. LOTS of wasted money back then learning. So, now that I have my shyt together, I do videos to help and inspire others. Hurricane Maria destroyed Puerto Rico and it’s power grid. Imagine having one of these solar generators there. So, having solar generators are great for SHTF, emergency back up power, disaster relief, prepping, etc. Just saw that Tesla finished a solar panel array/power station (with their Powerwall batteries) for a children’s hospital in San Juan, Puerto Rico. Puerto Rico is ripe for renewable energy development.

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25 de octubre de 2017 – Esta es una descripción general de todas las creaciones que hice a lo largo de los años. Todos trabajando, todos haciendo el poder. NINGUNO de esto sucedió durante la noche. Muchos errores, muchos re-do, y muchos $$$ desperdiciados. Decidí hacer la energía solar en 2013 después de que el tornado F5 aniquilara cientos de casas. Perdí la energía por una semana … usé un pequeño inversor MSW conectado a mi camión. Tuve que ponerlo en marcha (estaba matando la batería). Me rasqué la cabeza y comencé a usar energía solar. Comenzó con un panel, un SCC, un inversor. MUCHA cantidad de dinero desperdiciado en ese entonces aprendizaje. Entonces, ahora que tengo mi shyt juntos, hago videos para ayudar e inspirar a otros. El huracán María destruyó Puerto Rico y su red eléctrica. Imagine tener uno de estos generadores solares allí. Entonces, tener generadores solares es genial para SHTF, energía de respaldo de emergencia, alivio de desastres, preparación, etc. Acabo de ver que Tesla terminó una matriz / central eléctrica de paneles solares (con sus baterías Powerwall) para un hospital infantil en San Juan, Puerto Rico .

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