Creating a solar generator

Solar generators could be our way out of the trench of negative facts we read every day. Increasing global demand for power, daily warnings about our environment, ever increasing carbon gases emitted from fossil fuel. The world is gradually heading towards a severe energy crisis that we cannot ignore any longer. Whether you are seeking to stand on your own two feet amidst this energy crises or are just seeking a more environmental alternative, solar generators are the inexpensive key to your long term energy independence.

A solar generator can benefit the home in a variety of ways. Depending on the size, it can allow a homeowner and family to remain unaffected in the event of a power failure. Are you protected? When brown outs, black outs and the like come to your front door, how will your check book handle the mountainous rise in energy rates?

A portable solar generator can completely replace a light-duty gasoline generator in many applications. These are light weight, energy efficient and produce a tremendous amount of electricity compared to the cost. The market for solar is only beginning and is going to be the leader in the backups of household energies.

Solar generators can now do the work that diesel, gasoline, and propane generators used to do. Powering road construction signs, any lighting application and general power backup – solar generators are proving themselves worthy on the energy market.

An energy producing and saving device in conjunction with a typical 20 watt solar panel receiving 5 hours per day of full sun, would generate 100 watt-hours of energy. This energy can be stored in the form of batteries as well as used in conjunction with generators to provide a highly beneficial power reserve.

With solar generators you can generate real, usable power in your very own home (or wherever), and it’ll cost you less than a typical generator with a long lasting life of renewable energy. Common applications for such a device are being used in mobile homes, construction sites and camping applications.

Creating a solar generator is a simple process. Using parts easily attainable from your local stores, you can make a small power device for $250 to $300. There are several resources and literature available online for your reference in developing your own alternative energy source.

Once you obtain the parts for your generator, which include a small solar panel, a battery, a DC input and an AC inverter, assembly takes about an hour to complete. Again, this is not rocket science, but it will require a little due diligence on your part to insure you are building the device to maximum efficiency for a long life of renewable energy.