When you can't afford a full system, instead start with a solar water heating system. Water heaters make up a large portion of the energy that a home consumes during the year. Your costs are going to be lower upon installation of your solar water heating system.
I decided to get Solar Panels in July of 2011, and now with almost 7 years of data, I thought I’d share my finding, and what you can expect if you decide to go with …
You can get started with solar power by installing a small system to light your exterior lights or get a solar powered hot water heater. These little lights soak up the sun's rays during the day and shine a path through the darkness at night. These are very simple to put in, and they light up your outdoor space in a charming way.
Use winter sunshine hours instead of summer hours whenever you are calculating how many solar panels you will need. This is because winter sunshine hours only add up to about half that of summer. It is better to overestimate how many panels you will need rather than underestimate. If you underestimate, you will end up losing power when you need it.