concretesubmarine.com/ FORUM

Members Login
Username 
 
Password 
    Remember Me  
Post Info TOPIC: Solar panel question


Member

Status: Offline
Posts: 20
Date:
Solar panel question
Permalink   
 


I've had a Tesla (SolarCity) system since 2016 and I still owe almost $8k on it. It grossly underproduces what it was designed for and while my monthly payments are fairly low, it often doesn't cover the interest on the loan. Fortunately I got in during the solar tax credit so it could be a lot worse. At the average monthly payment for what it produces, it will take me 22 years to pay off the loan (not including interest).

I'm planning on using solar in the house I'm building but it will be DIY or purchased outright from a local vendor.



__________________


Member

Status: Offline
Posts: 21
Date:
Permalink   
 

Poor and lower-middle class people aren't buying brand new homes anyway. However, despite the fact that not all segments of society can afford such changes, in general, I believe that this is the right law. We think about our planet last and if this continues will be a very sad end. I recently watched a very interesting BBC film about our planet and what awaits us if we don't change our attitude. After watching this movie, I decided not to delay any longer and install solar panels. The guys from a1solarstore did their job in a few days and now I am very happy that I was finally able to realize my long-standing dream! Anyway, do you know how does solar panels work?



__________________


Member

Status: Offline
Posts: 10
Date:
Permalink   
 

If rooftop solar can make economic sense using on-demand electricity prices, like a normal power producer, and installation companies take responsibility for the monitoring and maintenance of the system, perhaps with neighborhood micro-grids, then maybe I’d be a little more optimistic. I don’t think we’re there yet though, or at least not at my latitude.

__________________


Newbie

Status: Offline
Posts: 1
Date:
Permalink   
 

Did you know that you can install and use a homemade solar panel yourself, which minimizes the cost of electricity? This is a great alternative to expensive solar panels, which, unfortunately, are not easily available to ordinary people. Backyard Revolution review will help you reduce your energy bills by 60-65%.



__________________
Page 1 of 1  sorted by
 
Quick Reply

Please log in to post quick replies.



Create your own FREE Forum
Report Abuse
Powered by ActiveBoard