Build Your Own Solar Panel System in 2019

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Build Your Own Solar Panel System in 2019

English | December 12, 2018 | ASIN: B07LC4CYK4 | 78 pages | PDF | 3.62 MB

The use of microinverters (specifically Enphase Energy IQ Series) practically makes a solar panel electrical system plug-and-play, leaving challenges to mechanical design, sourcing components, permitting, and installation. This guide helps you build the type of system that will most universally work on the majority of North American homes. If you do your own home repairs, you already possess many of the skills needed to build a solar power system. Any remaining skills and basic knowledge about solar can be learned, which is the subject of this guide.

This guide is best viewed as an eBook because it includes many hyperlinks to view offline documents, installation guides, videos, and even component pricing. Hyperlinks may not work in certain versions of Kindle Reader, so “tinyurl” links are provided as well.

René Voss lives in San Anselmo, CA, where he practices Natural Resources Law for non-profits and serves on the Town of San Anselmo’s Open Space Committee. He is a past member of the Sierra Club Board of Directors (1999-2001) and an avid outdoorsman. In 1986, he received his undergraduate degree in Electrical Engineering and much later, in 2008, graduated from Concord Law School and was admitted to practice law in California. He is a renewable energy advocate, environmental activist, and electric vehicle enthusiast. He designed, sourced, and built his first photovoltaic system in the spring of 2018, which is the subject of this guide, and he acquired his first electric vehicle in the same year.

His hope is that this guide will make a small contribution toward helping accelerate our world’s transition from fossil fuel consumption towards a renewable and sustainable future.

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