If you cannot afford a full-scale solar energy system, consider investing in a smaller one. Some vendors offer small systems designed to power a water heater or a generator. This small investment should help you save money within the next few years and you can easily expand your solar energy system by powering more appliances with solar panels.
Before making a choice on how many solar panels you use make a list of all the electrical appliances you use and the wattage and hours utilized by each one. This will be helpful in determining how much solar power you will need. No matter if you decide to install the equipment yourself or have someone else do it, this information will help your choices.
The solar eclipse put my bro in the hospital, so he said. Turned out it was just a case of the dreaded kidney stones. LOL But how about that AMAZING eclipse!
When you are just transitioning to solar power, pick something small to start with. Purchase a few solar energy lights for landscape lighting to help save energy and protect our planet. You can find them at big box and even home improvement stores. The installation is simple enough for the budding do-it-yourselfer to accomplish.