With fuel costs rising and with greater awareness of the damaging effects of continued use of fossil fuels and the disastrous effects of greenhouse gases, you are probably looking into alternative energy sources. Have you considered installing solar panels but been discouraged after learning from others that commercial solar panels are very expensive and can retail up to more than $1,000 per solar panel? Well, Brian Clark and his friends have found a way to make solar panels that produce 75 watts of energy at under $100. And they share this knowledge with you when you get GreenDIYenergy.
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Take the first brave step towards being less dependent on costly energy which uses fossil fuels. With GreenDIYenergy, you will be able to construct solar panels to decrease your fuel costs and use the natural power of the sun to power up and heat your home.
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