Tuesday, August 11, 2009

Solar panels made out of plastic soda bottles.



If you are a go green person that has a little bit of building ability, then this project is for you!
You can build solar panels that will help you to heat water for your household necessities without using any other type of energy other than the solar one. All done with the use of the wasteful and so pollutant plastic soda bottles that connected with the support of plastic PVC tubing have unlimited capability. Check it out how it is done on this you tube video?! Real pictures of the complete project are also available.

This project is largely used in third world countries where the population cannot afford or do not have other sources of energy available. It saves energy and helps to recycle, what a “go green” solution!

7 comments:

  1. how much would a permit for the instillation of this heater cost in Canada?

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  3. I am not informed on that. I know here in US you just have to contact the building department, usually located at your local Municipal Building. They can give you all the information necessary on how to obtain the proper permits for this installation. I will work on getting you a nice translation on the complete project. I will post here as soon as I get an English version! Meanwhile you can look at some other pictures and explanations on this website: http://www.aondevamos.eng.br/projetos/Manual_Jose_Alcino_Alano.htm

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  4. ATUL BRAND- Twenty years experience pipe manufacturer and supplier of Delhi/India, provide quality pipe manufacturing in pvc pipe, pvc conduit pipes, conduit pipes, pvc conduits.

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  5. Solar panels being used for many years now, but cost of production to have own solar powered generator at your own home typically very high but the efficiency low, making them largely ineffective source of energy.

    Earth4Energy

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  6. You've bought up some really interesting points here. We went with the Green Home Company specialist for Alternative Energy Kent and would recommend them to anyone.

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  7. Nice blog, Thanks for such valuable information about plastic car wash panels.

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