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The Rise of Renewable Energy is Unstoppable! Solar Energy Becoming Increasingly Popular Worldwide

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Soji Ogunade (3 months ago)
Please help me with this explanation ,what kind of battery are you using and what type of inverter and what is the kva or watts
Morrigan Ravenchild (3 months ago)
Really - these arrays are an absolute eyesore!
Rodney Carpluk (3 months ago)
This is good. But solar is better by far. Its cheaper, easier to set up and doesn't kill millions of birds a year, like wind turbines.
Richard Roberson (3 months ago)
what do you notice about that roof? large square, metal, no vents or windows on that side facing the sun a great roof for solar, 3 rows of racking meaning its cost efficient
Richard Roberson (3 months ago)
the cost of the panels is not the issue. you can get panels for .5$/watt currently. 20% more oh noooo thats. .6$/watt would make a 5 year payoff into 6 years the issue is that you just have to have a south facing large square roof in the south the best solar panels on earth arent going to do good in the north facing away from the sun >>
Peter B. (3 months ago)
No subsidies no tarrifs no restrictions both ways.
Peter B. (3 months ago)
It is the environmental activists who keep solar panel and other technologies prices artaficially high. If e price drops there would be more installations and more competent people to install them.
bbolin711 (3 months ago)
Cool. Your selling to a thief. Wopping $13 credit. The other thief are battery manufacturers. A.I. that run itself and batteries made of magic. We've come a long way baby... woosh
Blissfully Ignorant (3 months ago)
I can't wait for housing to crash so I can buy a house and pit solar roof on it
Dennis (3 months ago)
Arth Denton (3 months ago)
Hey, I have a solution: how about make them panels in the USA?
MikeJ F (3 months ago)
Arth Denton the company that tried it in Jacksonville Florida has went under due to the panels being junk. America has to do better I would say. Many a panel is assembled in other countries but the initial parts come from China, so should they have penalized also. We’re mining oil in the USA but that’s not keeping the cost down, is it.
MikeJ F (3 months ago)
I like the idea, but few are installing battery backup on there system. Why is that? The batteries do two fold use is to use after the solar panels aren’t producing enough energy for a building and at night. If I could I would have a system on my house ASAP. The tariffs are to deter people from buying solar power. This is so wrong because we need to start looking at our world do to environmental issues.
MikeJ F (3 months ago)
That Australia person is not the only person doing these things, there is a Congress person that in the past year replaced his old acid batteries with a Tesla S battery knowing that they will last him twice to three times longer than his lead acid batteries did and are a lot safer to boot, that’s why most companies are switching to Li-ion of Lipo batteries, look up Jack Rickard, he’s a long winded but he’s using recked Tesla cars to reclaim the batteries and sells the drive trains to people for home mad EV’s. The community is a lot larger and than you think. Many people are doing things like this. There are companies trying to open direct sales for battery backups but people are being stuck on buy from a USA company, will then you are stuck with the power wall from Tesla and he’s very proud of that fact and is charging accordingly. So keep complaining about cost. Build a company that will compete with him.
Richard Roberson (3 months ago)
MikeJ F, no offense but its a hobby at this point in time. alot of stupid people point at the aussies battery thing...its a power cleanliness use, backup battery not a grid sized load shifting battery different uses entirely anyone buying and bothering with batteries at this point in time has to be willing to do the electrical work, make sure they dont overheat, risks insurance issues if anything ever does go wrong and for all their bother is it even worth it? the layman can wait 1-2 years and get their hands on 100$/kwh batteries, have them installed correctly, and have them part of ON GRID installs not off grid where they're not exactly easy or useful to use
MikeJ F (3 months ago)
And that’s why people are using Tesla S modules for Solar power. If you have the modules in a outside building that protects your house if something goes wrong, there are people doing this. If you buy a salvage Tesla S in OK state you can get the batteries and sell the front and rear motor, there are ways to use it as a complete module or separate modules. People are actually doing this.
Richard Roberson (3 months ago)
please lets run the math after all youd have 6 hours of sun to charge some 26kwh of 2 powerwall 2's....so 4kwh an hour going to them thats easy enough in some places youd be charging using the most expensive energy of the day instead of selling it back when its most needed instead of peaker plants....if the state got smart theyd simply buy energy back on an hourly basis as well just like they sell it on an hourly basis and the ROI behind batteries would FALL THROUGH THE FLOOR moving on you dont have hourly buy back metering. oh well so you charge them over 6 hours using what would otherwise be worth .05$/kwh? to then use it at night when power is usually cheaper anyway, if not then most power is around .13$/kwh at night? so youd be saving like .08$/kwh *26 at best 2$ a night 700 a year youre in the hole for like 7000 + labor + interest you'd break even in like 14 years and in the meantime battery cost is dropping like made so your smart, economical neighbor who bought 3 years later than you would be paid off in half the time tldr, nonsense to do it now
Richard Roberson (3 months ago)
alot of people even have net metering at present not hourly metering you'd have to have hourly metering for a battery to make any sense whatsoever
wayne cartwright (3 months ago)
solaredge inverters are very good. I would recommend them and not made in China.
Richard Snow (3 months ago)
The tariffs aren't meant to help American solar companies. The tariffs are meant to help Trump's fossil fuel donors and coal miners.
Richard Snow (3 months ago)
+Arth Denton Trump's _stated_ intention is to bring jobs back to America. IN FACT, they hurt solar installation companies and marginally help American solar manufacturers . Solar manufacturing is largely automated. Not much benefit to employing an American robot instead of a Chinese person. Most jobs in the solar industry are the installers. Some panel manufacturers don't want the tariffs since they'll just get a larger portion of a shrunken market. Plus they can only increase manufacturing capacity so much since building factories takes a while(Gigafactory 2 has been in the works for years). Solar energy can cost half as much as energy from coal. And these tariffs have halted as much as 20% of planned solar projects so...
Arth Denton (3 months ago)
Don't know what they are 'meant' to do because of my inability to mind-read but IN FACT they DO help American solar companies. I believe that Tesla's Gigafactory 2 is 'meant' to produce solar panels, among other things.
Paul Moffat (3 months ago)
Solar can work in many ares, however, where I live, it's been overcast for almost 2 MONTHS straight, and today, it is 30'F.
Tzadvantage Bkk (3 months ago)
As a result of the 'trade wars' some companies are building factories outside of China. Is that not a good thing? Sure very short term nuisance but afterwards a much better and more fair situation.
Alexandre Lollini (3 months ago)
Solar is an opportunity fatal energy : in all buildings witch mostly need energy during the day, and can benefit from the grid in case of clouds, the choice is obvious ! People must know that panels will output some electricity power for more than 100 years : degradation will be more and more, some panels will have to have diodes replaced, but ... well we are not used anymore to think on those timescales ! only our grand parents planting trees were thinking this way.
Alexandre Lollini (1 month ago)
of course, but here I wrote about wide scale utility level. Off grid is still a sizeable investment, and it depens on the need, if you want to charge an EV offgrid this needs 3 houses worth of power.
Robin Gilliver (1 month ago)
+Alexandre Lollini They are used by people offgrid...
Alexandre Lollini (1 month ago)
Solar and wind are fatal energies as there is no sun at night and no wind when no wind. If you think batteries, think again since for total security you need 5 days of batteries to be immune to lack of free energy from nature. There are several techniques other than batteries like pumping up a lake or spinning concrete or heating molten salt but in any energy storages you have a cost in $ but also losses. It is way more efficient to use the energy when plentiful DIRECTLY. Then it is better to run all appliances like charging car while at work, scheduling laundry 2pm, etc etc. And a school is a good example of a building that don't need energy at night. The best throttle-able energy is hydro. Nuclear is slower to throttle. Nuclear is a little cleaner and a little less CO2 emissions total roundtrip than solar and wind. The emergency of climate require we use all except fossil fuels.
Robin Gilliver (1 month ago)
Fatal energy?
Tim McClain (3 months ago)
Dale Smith (3 months ago)
"Greatest country" in the world puts pressure on We The People to stay "Prisoners with Jobs ", or Slaves, The Corruption, The Animal us, The Ugly, The sociopath pathetic, has, and will continue to become completely Transparent ! and, the futurists will become the normal among the worlds population. While, the backwards ones, will find no rewards, for their crimes against our kind.
joseph john (3 months ago)
Thank you Richard
lancpudn (3 months ago)
Great video on what solar panel systems can achieve. I hope the people in both governments can get around the table and get talking to one another over these trade tariffs. the clocks ticking on climate change.
glenn goodale (3 months ago)
thank you
R. m (3 months ago)

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